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PACE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE -Snappers" Win 1950 Water Polo Competition Mae Lean — Outstanding Yesterday %  |wo, in al UM fl VOn the,' I't .0 .(ii.j,. i .; ,..,, ' %  i 'hallimgi Cup is Lb. one year. tin il was a wmt ago. . %  %  n.irn. kiioMim: fl • II will t.. i i Doon was the rownlf&fl of their efTurl %  %  • -. %  m they ju I I Kng ti off, ntf plarei for %  : %  an, who I i | nbh ihe part* %  i %  i .HI'! fi i It : riyn and Herbert Pat* FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2* 1950 THK HIWE'IOA I rinidml IVrimrii.^ To Welcome W.L Cricketers Mi Jol England wilh Mr. I J Muradea. 1 i W. I. Ci I %  Ml utmost an of [ bait %  %  i Spain %  d burinaw place* in %  i %  ihirj .i> mnde to I %  • %  %  iKirticulnrly to inisw* aJdOi IM route UM %  %  OB Ibalr way to the a %  ....: al tht Pnneean Build' ing for the Civic Reception. It i5 n a wiih !i either Wednesday, October 4. Thursday. October 5. iba Ch %  ..,ii be Rive. m tinQuaai Park Hotel a winch landing sp'irtanwii I J tadpate. After th< banquet, their will bo npportuniV I i member* o the tenm. Councillor Aim. requested thai persons who havt gifts they would like to presen should send them 1M ih l ll Exeeilan %  > the Oovamoa srUl be asked U make theae presentations. "BOY-WONDER" IS TENNIS CHAMP i"..,. IL. o o na aa m iiall PORT-OF SPAIN. OribOdi (Trinidad), boy-wondei gaUset .i:ni open singles loblt Up .it the Wootlbrook Youth 11 nor* irhon ho bail Hubert Griffith II 4 ai—* |,i Uw floal lame, in i*'t. Inniss won the title, but did not Contest honour* last year when Ralph Legall emerged champion ,..ime runner-tic btva year HoalMJ It* Win U T hxturc Fl' il 'i gama than the defeated Bonitas three goals tu one. Denis Atkinson scoring two for Flying Fish and Jack KniRht one Boo Patterson %  oetad lha lone goal for Bomta*. The games were as follows — ftNAfffOU I %  % %  •*: HUM H I Within three minute* of play, Barracudas were two goals up from two verv well flighted shuts by Charles Evelyn and Hctiicr: PorUDo anU Snappers VhaTI team However, Snappers rallied well %  voral .'ittempts to break through veteran Cliffy MarLean. in a swim through from ihe h.df way mark made no mistake in putting his learn Qfio up from close range Early in the second hair, Kenteth Inee beat goalkecver Henry i" riving a pass from Delbert Bannister, from a comer throw BarrOCUKUal wtra not dismayed iid made several attacks. talM to bear fruit. Then their goal-keeper Henry Cere)did some fine aaving, stopping some sirzlers from Bannister ind Ince It took Cliffy MacLcan lo come to Snappers' rescue near tl iand < %  tu.second half when. iftel M. -eivlng a pass from Il.mnis%  **, lie ..m right hioiiih ihe Buracudas' defence ind .mam scored fmm close range. A few minutes lain the refe>i'> final whistle signalled Snappers as 'he I!..Il W.iln Put., i It.in!| Carried Khouldrr-lli|>h Ramadhin /i Honorary Member of Queen's Park CC Hoi* oar o<*> Psftaaaaaaaaji) PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sonny Ramadhin. Trliu saw that wicked right Savold. spinning Bruce Woodcock round and opening the Pd) over his eve whit h Kaped routh. 'l hen the lights came on. and era were back from the limes ot '• %  v Waidour%  For this was a film. "Fifty V .ui Of British Boxing." The outstanding memories? ii.mendtrtis dose-quarter %  iK ..f Freddy Welsh—but the bin on Kidney punches woulc have all him hard. The unbelievable frailty of Jimmy Wilds, %  nd the tuning and unorthodoxy •f his angular punching. The nvasjary of Tommy Fair as he MI ds In a final scimitar-like punch nnd the great bulk of Waller Neusel crumples. To show his appreciation of MacLean's fine effort. Bannister, the Snappers' "Strong Man", lifted MacLcan up onto his shoulders and carried him down Ihe Club's I HI d lie KI.YINi; IISII :t — BO Ml AI Although Boappars' t*leton aava IhafB the eup, Flying Fish and !% %  tin. i inde\ Polar Potter Denis Atkinson and Tim Yenr%  rood "f Peyhuj Phil ind then by John Cni.r and lloo Patterson of Bomtas but nothing resulted It vvasn'l until late in the second half tha) Jack Knight put the issue beyond doubt With a WWII placed ARGENTINE SWIMMER BREAKS RECORD TANGIER. Sepl. 27 Argentina's A Berdono swam th< Straits of Gibraltar yesterday from Tarlfa reaching the Moror'*"' "-i't neai Pnnlo C'ruce* distance nf alxiut 12 miles seven hours, forty two mimit thereby breaking the Pt mvian Daniel Carpio'* 1948 raeord nine houis '.unity nunutai fteui B.G. TEAM YET UNBEATEN POHT-OI-SPAIN, British Guiana Ladies' Hocke. team kept up an unbeaten recoro 0l Potnte-a Pierre by putting i. Lnj on Casual-Pomte-ai'ltrre combined of two goals tt nil The visitors were thoroughly at homo. Claire MIttelhoIzer Maureen dc Stlva and Joan Humphrey excelled on the Gulaneee tttoeking line Into which the) Imparted much speed and •rcuracy. Thtre are some omissions which -re hard lo understand—neithe. i f the Kids." Lewis or Berg; no Benny Lynch, no Nel Tarleton or Jock McAvoy Bus -here's the rotup) romsne f the Ring in every' foot of thiilm. and one piece of superb, UMonscioua humuui when tne can tie ots rt o r de^crihing ^n olaVttme-i irho -hall l>r' nantelr-^*. refers %  • no as "this stylish boxer Whereupon Ihe "•rtyllst* proreeds to rabbit-and-kidney -punch %  u> man in a way which would (Ot him six months anywhere else ,i in the ring. But—It's the vefy tapestry of ooxing. —L.E.S. FOOTBALL NOTICE Secretaries of Club* afhlluted to the Barbad< I leur Football AanocUttlOO are asked to c titact IHo Honorary Secretary. Mr O S Coppin at the BS Lidos Advocate or at "WlndBor Villa". Bay St.. foi of an Insurance scheme lor footballers which It is hop-! will be put into operation for the l51 season iT approved. Club Secretaries are a!reminded that all dues in respect of the 19S0 feolbad neaion should have already been paid but must now (• %  paid at once or the duo will be disqualified from gaming affiliation next 28 9 "50—3n. as-V#.*.:ifrXT MI ft-I-TM Sy M. Harriion-Crsr liealri | West. J HI I gin R. 3 aiiii • lf i o s ( a K q T s 10 < %  I %  duplicate n it learn, of four I lined three n pumls on tills Innocuwui.o-ikiiig deal throuuh closer elherenre u> Standard prin. clple* I'helr West olayer opened with the approach bid of One Diamond, Cart %  >. i pi i Hs .i .iiu WMQM Spade. After this limited mm l-jst decided that game *a out of the nuc*Uon and passed writ made eight truas after North had led e>J in dummy's #>J. In ROII.II 1 West opened One Spude. which Ijlt ralspA lollowed y +t tu educe the chance %  i cross.ruff. A third rouno of trumps held Wot m erven tricks NO END TO IT SIR DONALD HIIADMAN h •Wi in Adelaide tli.it he IhOUtftl tha ,\u ireiian publh. ..i i,,, %  %  t %  Iv sick of tk I. %  frtticawn i i gnu Had luthoi h* ;| he. loo II. ie || le, ga %  WM II R H WIMONII -Hiwholo canm d< u %  H .v .11 ta -Mil." • • • NORMAN YAADLCY: -A h man who would rathei lie i vi.i nd 2IHI runs thiu in any other way unl< b> an Inning in i MM f LOUD TENNYSON h ittle man." \ %  hot out of goal-keeper Toppin> 11 Ma Tha teams warn/.— Snappec. A. Taylor, <; ^ ( .< Copt). C. MocLcan, V %  II Manning, G. ttogeri ii .1 K hue HarracHdasII. Peie/. I Brooks. (Cspt). E Johnson. I' R p% itillo. C. Evelvi and K Taylor. Ron ( tas S Toppm. IS Pat | son. . J. Grace. O. Johnson, I raarwood, i Innias, A. Taylor : i.ii.R i i-ii [• i T. Yeorwood, I> Athal Knight. P, Potter, V Lgwrenri and V. DeVaux. .!.<). A It Foste: Next weekfixtures will b,' Saapf>er va MwoedRah and Flytint v Paltce IO \ "11 Do Ir Every Time —*By Jimmy Hallo m,*!& n't II "">,, ,„„„///., TTHAT aopeJeai feellnt Hut you're loo nssfe, 'not up lo it' uny looser uniply meant thai *ou\c been laking too muvh out of >oar^if. Yotii !.ly UihOli ol l-o .iMiilul ltrtD(UMiUiJ( fuods— pnSaphann sad prouaa. hnTj^iai T P"t yeo Hah JF-* V\ •Sanatooas' N i -S-r' I 1 ilPi'iini'. IKHI In... n-Mnns health, vmi'h and rNa!H] ishi. you need a course of rood ansaioMa' >hioee UMae i*o grui h-Kl.-bu.lJmx foods— phuipliuiai and pinion in their i|ii-. h>rm. •o lhat iby are guichiy abwibed lalo >ObT •yHeea. Day by da> slonoui net, heetih. o U ih and vliality How ihioiiKd your M hole body your tlicnglh and icll-cvnlluence come back I Start oa a courai u r Saiuioien' Wday. Om sale at *Mrf h,„,..i, mr ,d drugglMt W Hi I TOXIC toou y r-r !" d Whm Hvnt in tnun And it'* %' #i# — is Hi nif~s hatful— "RIDING HIGH" The Barbados Mutual •; Life Assurance Society | LOST POLICY Cl'THBERT ALLAN PROVEKBS having made sworn deposition that Pollcv No. 24,581 on the life of *, HALPH STANLEY PROV' Klths has been lost, and having made application to the Directors to grant a duplicate or the same. NOTICE Is hereby given that unless any objection Is raised within one month of the date hereof the duplicate Policy asked for will be issued. By Order, C. K BROWNE. Secretary. 26.8 SO—4n g. Specials Baby Bibs in various designs and shades ea 80c. & $1.44 Baby Khus Khus Hangers ea. S1.08 Woollen Coats ea $3.60 Booties pair 60c. to $1.00 Bonnets, silk ea $1.56 crochet ea $2.00 Cave Shepherd& Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 a 13 BROAD STREET A dazzling smile A Pepsodent smile! Saturday. October 14. 1930 AN ENTERTAINMENT Under the distinguished patronage of His ExceN lency the Governor and Mrs Savage will be held at the DRILL HALL by kind permission of The Adjutant. Barhado* Regiment fr< in 5 00 p.. m to 7 t HI p m In aid of the Girls' Society DANCE .. — al — UN BAJtHAIH>S AQUATIC (XL'B .Local A VsdtbkJ Membc. Oi,l, NATIRDAY. SEPTEMBER S 30th. 9pm Music by THE HOT SHOTS ALL STAR QI'INTETTE Featuring ROD CLAVERY, j Vocalist, and LEAHRIB ATWELL on Electrical Amplified GUITAR, playing latest RHUMBAS. SAMBAS, BOLEROS Si SPANISH WALTZES ; Admission U Ballroom */I *OlOon*,, %  v,','.*,o-,*-'.',^<,*, yxw.tf jM^awanaai 'V*^^*v**rt*>s>e>oe>vei A FAVOURITE IN STOCK AGAINVAN HEUSEN semi-stiff collar attached Coat Front Single Cuff SHIRTS i S7.<;:. NOTICE WE OTTER YOU WOOLLENS! in a variety of QUALITIES! C. B. RICE & CO. BOLTON LANE '-'-'''*'-*-* %  *-*-*'*-'•**•.'-*-*-<.*'*-' PINSTRIPED ft OTHER TWEEDS ORET a CREAM FLANNELS TROPICALS Etc Etc T.' PRICES RANOINO FROM $2.00 to $7.98 ranmoi. THANI'S ^ Pr. Wm. HBT. 81 Dial 34M Will our Customers please note that our LUMBER YARD & HARDWARE WILL BE CLOSED On SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER For TIM h-l VhlM. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. | *'j£**?'' e *''''*''*''' ''*-*-*-''*.-*',',-,*,-,-,' SUMMER TIME SUITS Call In To-day and inspect our range of Tropical Suiting, Specially Selected for your comfort in this warm weather. REASONABLY PRICED TAILORED TO lLEASE P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd. TOP SCORERS IN TAILORING I



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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER M, 1 BARBADOS ADVOCATF PAGE THREE New Lake Flows In The Desert Land cornea lo life — and a runh Iwginx SYDNEY. FOR the first time since the earliest settlers landed in inland sea of lifcgiving water is flowing in the dead heari of Australia. It covers more than 5.000 square miles which used to be a sun-scorched emptiness. When first the news was passed around that "Lake Eyre's full", men did not believe it. They went to see for themselves—and found ten-foot waves beating on the 3hore as the blistering west wind blew. [ CD.C. Expand Rice Industry BRIGADIER MOUNT c.uptured Nmarfy 1,000 Anintah "( niiiiiitiiii-l" Ionl Of UniM RECORD FOR B.G. Tnmdad Magistrate Thinks Ifcga knew Thai there nad been wafer :n Lab lyra before —M ytats age. But then u was %  mere puddle which the un dried up within days. N< thing llvad in the baked sana of the giant basin ftgcripl ants, and abrtveUed *ait bush Oeolul.i-l believe that million ago seas coveted this desolation. then flowed back leaning •' Chain uf rivers arid lakes urwi fertile land. Shunned Area Glum kaiu-iiions. wombats, nl massive emus lived there until thv sun sucked the water awa\ NahnuluHs nave dug uj, thaii bone* from beneath the sally Even the Aborigines shunned the empty lake's parched silence Explorer John Eyre--who gave it his name—called 11 A blot on the face of nature, the sort of place one sees in u bad dream. White men explored the shore* They drilled artesian wells, made nastures. brought Hocks to graze %  in and thirst conquered them. Within a few years there was abr one sheep -tation left goon, even that had gone Since then, many have come hopefully with the rains, arid gone despairingly with the droughts. Then, after weeks of rain )at' winter. Elliott Prlee, who owns. Mil MO r inn sheep station In' Northern South Australia, flew out to drop poison bait for dingoes on his LSM-iquBM-mll-'! holding. Ill HAM Watcru When he looked down, he foaming water moving across the crazy paving of sun scorched wastes Into the lake bed, 39ft. below sea level, it swirled round islands. Already the basin was tilling. The Dlamnntina, Warbuno:; and Cooper rivers, which normally peter out in desert ground, hau § fWe,i luiuur man any Dotty remembered. Price was right Fin tinfirst time in at least 200 years Lake Eyre was full Two more farmers went to see for themselves—and entered the lake in an outboard motor boat down n creek that hardlv ever hclr Hit industrj an complete. \y false, and the persistence it, i lid dg more kg dam-' fige future prospects than anything else What is Mass) grow more pedi. mill i and sell more rW IBd sell to i the in%  •MI hum after tin Brigadier as. unt '—ft l.v plane '<>r Trinidad Durtnj : itu Mngadier Mount I i ii the poMtbtlltj < I •• %  • i Usa devvlogant nl %  i .,. %  [] win:. %  M have been of a preliminary and exploratory nniure It is much loo early to say whether a scheme culd be worked out whuii would be acceptable and bencririal both to the Colony and to the Corporation. Mr aMOgfcf point dealt with rumours that it is being planmo for the CDC to lake over the me industry "Very careful investigations by both sides would be aecs Mury, hi daclarad "Suck In* Its. by thcir_very nature. must lake some lime to mature J.M. Campbell Will Represent B.W.I. Sugar Association lorrtipondrnn PORT-OF-SPAIN. The British West Indian Sugar Association will be represented by Mr. J M Campbell, Vice-Chairman of the West India Committee. at the meeting between the United Kingdom authority inO Colonial sugar interests, which is due to meet this week in London for private discussions arising from the draft agreement prepared at the July meetings of the International Sugar Council. It was pointed out in Trinidaa that the discussions will be on purely domestic matters to be between the United Kingdom and her Colonies. When the last British Wes". Indies sugar delegation visited the United Kingdom, the Honourable H. A. Cuke, one of the members of the delegation represented the B.W.I. Sugar Association, and hod Mr. Campbell as his allernaThe delegates will be returning to the West Indies via Fiji and Hawaii, where they will look over the sugar plantations of those Islands. The Weather mint Sun Rise*: 5 49 am Sun SU: 5.52 pa*. Moon recent statement made by the 1 Barbadian editor and politicia*1 Mr. Dan Blacken, who remarked, that the Colony was not ripe for this important step. Others feel. that, viewing the results of the list Qajtatral Elections, the people acquitted themselves fairly well, considering the large number of ...tulid.iU-. tran whom they hn< t i choose their represented I Some circles found that the electorate had done a good job. One or two others Celt that thete were enough sane and sober person; elected to the Legislating who .Id be able ': t.i-r; LONDON. uOO animals. Including ran uptiles and hirds. %  natural lings in the jungles of Brituh Guiana to England They ,ii toon bg on sfat*w .'i ttas Looden and Whipsnade IOOS. WlkW M yasaT casl Gerakl Durrell. an Oxford undergraduate %  m the West Indies, their choice was strongly influenced i-> the desire H IIBWn 'nr junglen I 0( Bl '.IMI (.u,i . II search of BO k>g{toaJ vpe< .im-nBritoill's two v.uuset i i iii-1 met wher! Usgrj a*C*l i U g| WhlESaossi* / %  Smith himsel! laud SOU ipocm. full gTOWr nkiii i i In turn .i( n I I foi ill %  I %  nd will i*> )oine4 UMp I will bvnl late: %  aohleve their gn I gorilla capture. Whilst in British Guiana, Durrell had 500 captures, ir.cludiiia TU tuoi.k.-.-. imgle-handeri Thmhe %  nnt-eatetawt %  • %  iind, inar;i miniature ic pardarmadillo*, beautiful \a large variety of hummm,: btrdi Aifci. cm Tw ..ITVfMN i in the ItSMSi P Lai Fook a elect, i p. >T* ie a c COUNCIL CLERK i|*r*aiii o\tt *swi CotTMeei %  PORT-OF SPAIN' TRINIDAD burn Mr Joseph O'CCssMf I %  : f, ColO%  cd to the new post .if Govemoi s Secreury, and Cferk to the Executive Council MERGER LIKELY PORT-OF-SPAIN. THE RENOWN SHIRT FACTORY ..( Poit-..f-Siiu and the Garment Factory may join With the Caribbean Ivnlttlni Mills and the West Indian Hosie.> Milwhich have applied to the Economic Advisory Board for plOneOT status in respect of the kiiittini' of Koods. SOLE REPRESEN1ATIVE 11 W ROBBRTSON %  K will I* %  %  %  NEW JOB 'A 1N ti Indian umr %  %  Affairs ui New Detu. In Harbour Loll MORE OUT OF WORK He Corses Aaybost} In CrU.U antangaoy M V T It NtMlu, its is* >o*i Aivhmia )...> %  M V r*C*BT. ).;' 1>MI> %  %  %  •sasjt. i' f'tvix In Si V.ncrnl. Sell G.tJ* i r Bt Vir^.,,. s S e>t,tT tor I %  Electroplating Industry IH &*n Seaxvell A I %  H.dusti> MAIL NOTICES PORT Ol 9 mnAdvis. %  %  for an eiem p • %  CbarlsM lla-sa of l-.nh.itti.. Ihitisn .\-^; inUi.ii, turers in this I %  %  %  %  %  PORT OF SPAIN I %  %  i i*U. bus •eas refused As he was bruu |u ig-.if.-nce if aseap days." said the I h.-tt.-r opportumt 'HI now." ragjlad Barnes 4 -ppejl 4 B.G. Stowaway. Found In Two Days \ \IN. Within two dairg four slow %  board two vase* in ,thI %  . pped bar-* %  i %  ;..na rn-i M.., u -.1 hiHi i.v. i AFFILIATED "' mi>.' MR DBVBRARD WARNER, IIUI uf ComnK-rte lias joined the Chamber %  Cornmarca <>f tba Ann i ic.is COIUlatl •'! the majoritv of chambers in North, South and Centra! America The Jnmaican Chnmttcr i I thai bod] ADVANCED CIVIC COURSE I'ORT OF SPAIN %  i%  Id bi the Extra Mural Dsjpe Jtmenl m Trinidad. Hal Dal artrnant is now plauninx tu liulii II three vaar advancod i -.lo l* rontlnctt 1 hv lii IVt.r Pau. Which will provide courses or itu lent -i II aV t lions. Boon.) but ii Ineluda a s-icisl. economic of West Indian p rob I ems. M U.n at fl -mm Will br Lk.ari .. %  sM UM Bag -i. afafl i •nd Ordinary Mall *t 10 13 i Stth ol SVpi I Wo Mil% I..I , ,.i, w %  %  JWci-l and Hrslsloinl H>H> >> %  V i i i-Mi'iiti: iin :\i I CI: &f CALA OPENING CO-DA. & CONTINUING ns mi: iiH.i.isi sunn VI %HS I! I.\ NOW! towiti paici IN HitTOtri No. 6 MARHILL ST. BRIDGETOWN (Famous all over the "Globe") Vulliiiili. Cliiiiebc Chefs—DcliciouFoods of the Orient DIAL 4692 FOR PARTICULARS After 7 p.m. Patrons an requested to don their Coats >.vAvw/.v.v/.v.v,'.v/,v//.',',v,v,v.'.'.r.v.v • •-.-.-.-..-.-.



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rvr.i FOtn BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY SirllMHUi M, IMo BARBADOS i ADV'OGftE • -T —-i Eridas. September . 19511 I WVAMLKI* \OIM WITH thi inti duction ui silent zones .n Bridgetown it was hoped that the city would be less noisy and that the police authorities would soon we their way to extending the SCO|H' of the silent zones. This has out. been the case. Indeed in recent w<-oks the nuise <>t Bridgetown has increased. The new method of advertisement by employing a truck to drive around playing music, while it may be useful as an advertising medium, certainly increases the distractions of those who have to try to work in the city. The police should take steps and should be given a discretion in the exercise of their powers. They should beijiven the right to stop noises which are avoidable and which can only be a nuisance to those who are compelled to spend Ihejr days in the city. '. .; It Is not only in Bridgetown that a wanton disregard for the comfort and coirvenience of others is displayed. Many religious gatherings continue far into the ni^ht and often the noise is great. Since many of these meetings are held in rcsiiaj areas the nuisance value is considerable. Such meetings should be forced to come to an end at a reasonable hour \Uien those who have worked hard all day expect and are entitled to some rest and quiet. Political meetings are a similar source of annoyance on some occasions. During pre-election campaigning such meeting may be excusable and perhaps even ineseupulile hut if the representatives of the people feel it necessary to address iheir constituents during the period of their leadership they should do so in a manner least calculated to cause annoyance and inconvenience. This can best be achieved by bringing their meetings to a close at an early hour. The new traffic arrangement* do not allow of the diversion of traflsa during meeting oi the Legislature The acoustics of the two chambers uat'd for these moelingfi arp not good and the task of those who have to report their proceedings are all the more difficult. It is time that some aural aid was introduced into the chambers concerned so that reporters and public may be enabled to hear proceedings with greater ease. This ta ow of those matters which is essentially a matter for the general publicThere cannot l>e laws for everything and much must be left to the good sense of the people. Greater consideration for others and a willingness to forego one's activities HI tUe interest of one's neighbours will do more g>od than all the laws and regulations which may be passed. llowf|iii*kly ron hi ( %  ernianv liaise an Army V BEHUN DAI'PEi: Bll [VMM Kirkpatruk. 1 h slripc-lf '•oVe diplomat who has succvrV rd Ceneral Robertson a* BrlUinVt High Coninunsioiier in West GerYork that Germany doe* not warn a new army. Now tii.ii. coming fgorn Sir Ivotic. whose job la to keep his DOM, Mr. Ernest Bevln. informed %  >n German trends Is a very imi>ortant statement—if true. II would mean that In live year* the German people, from bein* the moat nQiiii i militarist* Europe has seen in the past three generations. Have almost %  > wSJSb naSU tell stories, true or Use. of their trials undei tn< lash before they left These stories are reiterated by Uie 50.000 refugees who, every month, flee from UsS East son* of Germany for succour in the West They are ready to tight for BSSSsf SfiVSS and families il thev IN given the weapon: than go through :helr experiences again. The German wartime generals to-day are not asking whe'her there will shortly be some form of German army, military police, n.ilitla. or garde mobile, hut haw las* it will take to set up soma forre In the West which would hold up any Hu.an plans (or n attack from lbs East. Hitler's tank expert. General Hasso von Niimieuffel, says an army will take two years to build Bui today his view wa contradicted to me by Hitler's torvmost military scientist. General Kurt !lilimr. wartime Nasl radio commentator. No-Nazi IUlm.ii I am a passionte Prussian and lasted lbs Nazis"—talked to me for two hours about the future German army." I met him in the tin., villa on the hank of the Waaar River in Central Germany where he live* in a louple of rooms with his wife and tarnil. Mis talk boiled down to this — "I have DO iloubt thai within one year SfSSt Qaillianj could Luild up a para-military police force with the aid of furcigti weapons which would be §bsS '" stop any second Kore. Otrmany.** (Thl* is the period within which Mr. Shinwell. Britain's Defer..*" Minister, hopes to get another .11 vnouuM division to Germany.) Said IHttmar "Within a year They Knew . —less if we have enough drive— v.,. could have more than 100.000 There is one factor in Germany old Wchrmacht men In this hich exists in no other count, y police force completely capable of ^eat of the Iron Curtain: the resisting any attack on West Gerermans know what occupation many by the German Communist v the Russians means. They army in East Germany." now better than anyone else in He added, waving his hand: <>' course. If the Russians came Ihe). wouM be I •an war Wast • First Step wili'M hu radio realways in danger Allied wartime ,.i attack' ic that ih? 1 Germany IJI rehabtold General i.liI. other lop ports ("1 from ine headlines ajcsaing ing t. bbeVV to llrst step necebsa is what he calls ihtation." He meaas that Bsg sentences passed on Germany's warUnv leaders, particuUrly Field-Marshal von basnslein and others, for alleged crimes against partisan* in Russia shouM be reviewed Said DttBoar Psrbsps these men. now in Jail, might be triad by a court of men who have been up against the Cummu: tisans in Kor-a The\ know more of the problem. Germany, be beUevM should now set rip its embr>" addition to the M-mi-milltar-. police force established to prevent any Communist attack. "A Gerasftn army would be no threat to the West* must bo thoroughly EuropaanlssHl and completely merged wtthi.* an Atlantic Treaty force." To arm a Qmnu rores would mean fewer fj S irSSpoos for 't olher Western countries Rut Dlttmar and his wartime colleagues, and a lot of other people, believe Hut! are coming round to the idea Batl aid put their n Western Germany. 95 per cent passionately anti-Communist. t*. bear the brunt of BSSJ '• Ipaswhaad drive "A Lesson'' And thus you begin to understand why Sir Ivone's remark in New York BSSaSSd SSSsSSvWI K lift in lop IS. and German cirries In Germany. .ins in Geriuan> an laughing at a new Communist slogan which has mushroomed all over the Soviet rone and alon* the autobahn to West Gcimaio With uiuonscious irony its author screams in lft-hlgji letters: "Korea is a lesson BBd a earning for the German people." —L.E.S. Fret* Lawyers BARBADIAN AMBASSADORS THE (lumrture of the Speaker of the • Assembly and his wife to attend Ihe opening session of the Imperial Parliament m.irjpi an hanour and a privilege which has been accorded to the Legislature of this i.slasid. The Speaker, in Barbados as in Kiii-.lsnad, is traditionally outside the turmoil of Jwrty strife. Mr. Husbands will be going nol os the representative of his party but as the delegate and representative of the people of Barbados and then ancient Constitution in which he pltyi '-> impiiiiiiii ajHEfc Mr I'red Bethel also -leaves shortly to lupicsi'iit the Legislature of Barbados at the meeting of the Bmpire Parliamentary Associaiii.n in .New Zealand. Mr. t;. H Adams wa originally chosen but he was unable to go. In electing a member of the Opposition the members of the Legislature have shown their realisation of the fact that party politics does not arise in such a case. Mr. Adams and Mr. Bethel would both be good delegates and their political nift'erences would be of no concern. '.< gialuiurc of Barbados is one of Il 1 nM. %  m the Colonial Empire and the Barbadian leprvseiitative can take his stand with the other delegates in the proud RpOWledge that hil represents an institution which has In-hind il a history and a tradition which span three centuries. Barbados has had npi.'scniauve government, even if on a limited franchise, for a long time and has worked and evolved its democracy with a considerable measure of success. Mr. Husbands and Mr. Bethel are the ambassadors of Barbados They go forth with the best wishes of all the people of ind As representatives of the Barbados Legislature they represent tradition and the dignity whh h goes with it. In a world which i pect to the wisdom which one generation imparts to its successor in the shape ol custom and tradition, they represent that wisdom and the stability which goes with it. 1.ONDON. llrKmn's new -i.il* scheme for toga] .mi. hJch mmes 11 to operation on October 2. is rxpeciferi to precipitate a sharp rise In the number of divorce rase*.. Legal experts predict that many hi 1.dreds of people wno could not otherwise afford oa expense • %  1 divorce proceedings will lake BdvBUtmga of lha free facil lies. At present h is kmpo I tittinuite how many civil actions I 00* 1 descriptions will result Iranr the scheme but legal authottpl iJlculate that ilo cost wit) be at least $2,800,000 a year Already some S.OOO lawyen r.'ve jo ned the various panels which "ill administer the scheme The Legal Aid and Advice A<"' will not be broughv Into eflsel •is a whole on October 2 but only I that part of il which applies to High Courts and Courts of Appeal. Kmth^ present, county court* are excluded unless a case .-> ralnltted la them fiwm yie High Courts. Free legal .1 d in i^-imgnal cases is already eov•fwd] Assistance under the new j sclusne will tip available for %  l-cople with 0 "disposable" In I come of leas roan ll,l?tl a year. 1 Thnt means they muat not have I more than this sum left when 1 Income tax. National Insurance rmitributKHis, and up to 1182 n %  rorf has been deducted. If a man's income ii less than i840 I week his legal a,i will 1 b, free but after thai :t propor] lioruue contribution from him HI required. > Thus a single man whu*e gross earnings ore $1,080 a year would mnjet acome t^ix of $308, Na: ilonal insurance romrlbutions of S38.40 and rent up to HB2 so that his "dlspaoable" income would tH $1,15360 H* %  rvt\ lion llini;e ('1111111 ed. Legal aid can be refused iiitogethiT If a man's "disposable capital" Is in excess of $1,400 As it might prejudice a Jurv. the fart -.hal a person is suing defending with slate aid will be kept secret. Lawyers taking part in the scheme receive 85 per cent of ttw taxed fees, the remaining 15 per Otnt l.cing the contr.butioii of %  Whcrea. in England and Wales the new legal a.d i being inbroduced only in th' High Courts and the Court; ol Appial. in Scotland hwill l>e available In civ.I actions in tl. Courts of Session (equivalent t,, the High Courts in raigl.md) and Sheriff Courts (similar, regarding civil actions, 10 EnglTsn county court*). THE LAST HOPE? H> IM/ ItOlUt FLUSHING MEADOW Y. r.t. best hop.1I1 Dswnt raaaa MM to bo %  On thl >*. irtsare tba bloomod a ikeade ago, they take on not only muring bat reality. You cannot look and listen in on Itatslon of the U.N. General Assembly withvjt feeling that somehow mankind has j parliament in which hope is It may not be the best parliament that man u 1 but it at leas; has the makinV. And the \ery fact that 59 member nations I t down together hen-. -\n when they fight Ike cats and dogs, is MUf*s (Of rejoicing. As we all know, sometimes the caterv aulin^ is almost more than human nature B m bear. But at least it's done publicly, and %  ran see just how ornery and con..nkeiinis the other fellow is. Furthermore. moot of the haymakers are telegraphed and :,..s;i hull more chance to weave and lodge and throw a Sunday punch than in the old days when countries just jumped each In the alley. All races, colours and creeds meet and T un^le here. Many are old friends by now o matter how diverse the men. they have a lullitudr of problems in common. DifferOCB in pigmentation and climate does not ivvent ihe delegates from Liberia and catland from having a common Internal In anocido, Inflation and Amarlean soft Hunks. I In the eyes of the W/tattrn world, then Ii n :i!most immeasurable gap between ihe :istory and cultural contributions ol France id the Fiji Islands to the world of to-day '.ut Sir I.ala Lakuna, of the Fijis. and 'oreign Minister Robert Schuman. of Franco. ;>oth subtle, highly educated and aru. uman beings, speak the same language in 'his atomic age. Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of the American elegation and His Excellency, Nasroll-ih KntWim o| Iran, the newly elected preawuVrnl 4 Ihe GaneraJ Assembly, are excellently quipped to understand each other. Both U0 Brahmins, the one from Boston, the other from Teheran, half way round the world, and each understands the longing ol men of %  ;ood will for peace in this, our time Britain's foreign minister, rJrncsl lievit.. who looks both ill and old, and Gen. Cat Ins Homulo of Ihe Philippines, are equalK cognizant of the problems of the Pacific in Ihe semi-cold, semi-hot war. It would be useless to pretend that what gooj Hi ;u Flushing Meadow Is a love feast. And it has plenty of comic aspects. The immutable laws of ihe alphabet have placed he Yugoslav delegation this session directly behind the comrades from "'ie U.S.S.R. The judge glare throughout each session ai the hacks of Tovarish Vishinsky and his fellow delegates, and when a Jug gets up o speak, the Russians and their satellite' glare at Tito's Lads. But, at least, they aren't knifing each other—yet. Just glaring. Thenla wiy humour in that fact that Vishinsky el al sit on their collective hands whanavar the delegate of Republican China nai UH floor and that Sen. Warren Austin, parmanant head of the American delegation, ind Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt invariably lea.I the applause. But despite the grave differences between East and West, at least the delegates of 53 nations are meeting at Flushing Meadow and doing their darndest to get something done. A lot of 'em will be yelling "Murder!" "Fire!" Thief! before this meeting ends. There will be some gouging and some illegal tackling. But perhaps if Ihe delegates keep yelling, they won'l start shooting, and the parliament of man will have a chance. —I.N.S VISITORS TO BARBADOS are ll • >iuiek to sense the prevailing idea that Sugar is King in Hie island, especially during the crop season, whk-h happens lo aotnoide with the peak litaruy, is Q10 teekicss driving of large cane lorries, often with stalks sticking out all fiund lo Increase Mrhazard t" other users of the road:. The drivers seem to feel that th> hav the supreme right of WaJ over alt traffic, without the need for a warning Cong or siren tttu lire engines or ambulances \~n Iheir lawful occasions If the visitor nmatu enough to have some social contact with Barbadians, he may reeeicv .in Impression that the same attitude toward the overwhelming importance of sugar permeates the upper echelons of the industry. and much uf the population thai does net happen to nc directly involved. II Is In fact not unusu.il for tourists to leave the Island with the feeling thai everything that Is not sugar Is regarded M quite unimportant, if not actually detrimental to the main Industry. When I came here in 14C 1 met some residents who were much concerned about Inflation, and even seemed to blame II on people they regarded as foreigner*, coming here as 1 did. This struck me as a little unfair, especial]) after I learned thai inflation was apparently rather late In reaching the island and still not as 1 In olher countries. I know th it lumber in British Columbia. I came from, was %Vt per thousand feet before the \v..r and Mm M I $92. but that is not my fault go 1 I would stop it if I could I suffer from U as much as nnyone el*e In the fixed income group, and in any case am not important lil\\<. SI I.Alt H. K. SMVIIIIIS enough IO make -ri> ilufeien..%  11, way or lha ottm Inflation eould only be kept gwajj from flMtjadoa by the erec'lo'i f a oit of economic bron curtain between the island and the world OUtSsdt, which is hardly possible. It is natural enough foe the sugar industry to be cumem-d about rising costs, but it is far better ofl than gold-mining, which for some years now has been squeezed between a similar rise and an nbsolutely ttxed agtUrMJ price fur its product, sol Off0ov* ernment cstCTM wttb no relief in sight At lext. the only eure for inflaOM .1 reasonable amount or deflation, and that would be unpopulai w ith the majority of the voters, so democratic Governments are not likely to do anything about It. It is not outside the bounds ol possibilits that the cane sugar bMtUBtr) might MOM day And itself 111 Uie same position as goldmining is now, perhaps owing IJ now competition or develupmeniof one sort or another. In that event it would be a great help lo Barbados to be loss dependent on a single crat? for its v Mtudy of tne official trade returns hat definite progress is being made In that During the Tour years 1942 lo 1915 inclusive, total imports exceede-l export* by about period 1946 to 1949 .he was 88^. which i1 iking No doubt the figures reflect the war-time shortages lo some extent, but even allowing for this (fag trend rot nu well tH The growing tourist buMl* -must be a considerable fm t< 1 r\ the change which is taking ptact, but If the figures were available I believe that the people who com %  here from other countries to h\. permanently would be oulte important loo In an arlnlc In Usi Advocate soon wirkago I drew attenuon to Uie settlers who brflf a steady Income to the inland and provide year-rounJ employment, as well as paying taxes, whiuh should gi %  • % % %  I,' t s compared with thbsgasHMit non-tax-paying tourist. Most of us are elderlv. retired folk who want r> hv, ., Interfere with anyone lOOM No doubt Sugar it stUI King 111 M-irbadoft, If not quite so supreme as oner upon a time If the trend of |h" trade returns continued till the 881 became 100*4, sugpr wutil be only half as important as formerly. Some of the old monarch's principal courtiers may feel regret at his psaMga, bul the advantages ot sortiemvenlflcatton Of the economy are so obvious, that the trend 111 that direction should 1 I lent that suifar does not now provide adequate employment or supimit f. : the imputation, and 'he prospect of emigration on a glgnJfwent light To res -t tec-hnolociral progress in order to keep more people emplo\. economic Wlebig In itn potltlre world, if these premise* are accepted as sour. WOUld seem to be n strong ensr for tourists and rettlers t,, I..en r< uraged \V> eORie here and enjoy tit,. \M.rulerful climate, which %  '• .1 1 ft of nature I maintain, end win DOI weeu Hi 1 believe diet eosne Iraparfusl Mudb t tiltmalter would olMU* us from the charge of bringing inflation to the Island. In fact soni.of us feel that we have not really encountered it before we arrive here and enquire Ihe price of .t house or a plot of land on the" to build one I realise the obJtctlon may be raised thai Bsrba QOS is overcrowded, and tha'.' brings up the question as to whnt <>nstltutes overcrowding. There %  places In Ihe world :>" where many more people live 1". 1 equal 1 %  higher average stiindard of Ih od perhaps we ehtiLt Sajr that a <>eeiTTov.'ded when it* :i-iMireos do not provide employrient and support for the people III it That being the caar, and relief bv emlgrmlon not pracrlcable. the only alternative la to Increase the resources and bring n.ore nrome to thv Island t*T whatever nwars are available. If this means bringing n few mor people along with the added Income, there should be no objec non so long as It helps to reslor %  the balance and set right a situation thai liecomes worse each jeer It should help materially If • time itralaht thlnkuig could bw done and a definfftpoliry e volved s ti^ whether tourists arid :>ettlers 'ifie or not I( H is seriously eonsidered that they Interfere wrch th sugar business, probably ways and means could be found to minimise that, w th good will on hotn sides. D.V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Tim S.A. 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FRIDAY SFPTEMBER 29. 1130 BARBADOS ADVOCATE • Spanish Classes Crowded T hm I In Barb., I to learn Spanish. Teachers ai. havinit their hands full with th., who would learn the language. Some stores are Anaming MM Spanish lessons of their employees while other* are encouraging their employees by raisin* the salaries of those wno either convince them of their ability to speak the languages or who have since acquired some fluency In it An humble mule-can driver brought to light another aspect of the problem of preparing to ncci-mmodate lh Spanish speaKing Venemelans. lie was employed by a local hardware merchant to carry some merchandise to a Venezuelan family. They objected to paying him and claimed that the responsibility was that of the firm. He struck a compromise with them and obtained a part if thi> freight charge On his return to the store the irate sales clerk thought he would ring and sat *-.me explanation. He did so but could not make himself umlorhtood as he spoke no Spanish and the Venezuelans spoke no English. He then enquired from th* mule-cart driver how he had made himself understood and KQI £!L1 imP e n w -b> speaking Spanish. The driver was one of the many Barbadians who have been employed on the construction of The Panama Canal and some of whom have also worked in Santo Domingo and In Cuba ai cane i utters. Quite a number of Barbadians of lowly walks in life have inquired a knowledge of spok-n Spanish through these channel* and today they find thni h.hl.r i.-pjsrttd is an asset PAGE rrvi Vmtry Did Not Meet The meeting of the Vestry of St Michael which was scheduled to have taken place yesterday was not held for want of a quorum Only six members came. They w ^ re Mr Bruce Weatherhead (Churchwarden). Mr A R. Toppin. Mr F. C. Bethell M.C.P Mr. E D. Mottle? M.C.P.. Mr. H A. Tudor and Mr T W. Miller. Among the items which were to have been discussed were two im.tlons tabled by Mr Miller. Th>first is. "thut all Parochial Employees who have been in the Service for fifteen years or more, and are not in receipt of their maximum salary, be raised to the maximum as has bean done in the case of other employees, at a previous meeting of the Vestry." Mr. Miller's second motion urges the Vestry to discuss the advisability of approaching the Legislature with a view of amending the Vestries Act to reduce the quorum of the Vestry from nine members to eight or Fess, for the purpose of facilitating and expediting the work of this Parish. which has been delayed through the many abortive meetings so! recently and successively expert-1 enced Correspondence Among the Items under Correspondence Is a letter from the Colonial Secretary dated ISth September defining a major and/or minor tropical disturbance, and the relative responsibility of the Government and the Vestry with respect to relief measures. There is another letter from the Colonial Secretary dated ltKh September and informing the Vestry that it has been decided that Government funds should not be provided for the building of a proposed Central Community Hall in Queen's Park, and that the Vestry's request for assistance in extending the Nightengale Home, wil* be considered shortly, along with other proposals for Development, but that there would appear little prospect of its inclusion in u Development Plan, except on a low priority. "Hamlet" The Best Yet "Hamlet', the Universal-International Academy award film Is the best one 1 have ever seen Mr. C. Gil noon Reed, Director tif Education told the Advocate' yesterday He was speaking after a special preview of the film given by the Management of the Globe Theatre yesterday morning Comments made by others who attended the film were as follow. Mr. Neville Conncli. Director of the Barbados Museum said that the rtim was a very brilliant one with a very good cast. It was an excellent Interpretation of Hamlet" Mr J. c Hammond, Headmaster of Harrison College said that he really never appreciated the play until he saw the production of the film "Hamlet" Mrs. L. M. Trimingham, Acting Headmistress of Queen's College said that (he film was an amazing one and made one appreciate the Play It was impossible to describe the characterisation and the grandeur of that great film Mr. C. Glindon Reed. Director <-f Education said that the film was the nearest approach to a work of art in the Held of cinema h t had ever seen and regarded it as perhaps the best film he had ever Mrs A L Stuart said thai the mm was a wonderful one and masterpiece L M w V A Lvn ch. Principal of tha Modem High School said that %  Hamlet" will live In the memory of all who nre fortunate enough to see It Mrs. Olga Symmonds d. the film as "marvellous'* Tragic Lovers of "Hamlet" Festival of Britain And British Industries Fair Visitors Advised To Make Early Arrangements "Because >f tin 1 v large number* ol visitors tXpMMd In Britain next year, there will be very heavy demands on and hotel accommodation and I strongly advise busin en who Inland to visit the British bMutirtai Fair to make reservations as early as possible." So said Mr. Aubrev It ^larck. O.B.E.. H.M Trade Commissioner In the British Weal tndtet, Britain Guiana and Bermuda — "It is well known that to comNo Steamers Between Trinidad Viui Tobago LAURENCE OLIVIER < %  rs ths trig.-lovws of tii Hamlsi'. Jsan Simmon* %  Hi ml and Oph-lu widely jccl.umed Olivier production of ;crtbed Mount Tabor Students Awarded Certificates "The only climax to education is the graveyard Dr. Hamilton, former Principal of the Barbados. Evi i In Institute. told girls of the Mt. Tabor branch of the |> day evening before they were presented with certificate* for Needle Craft and Domestic Scv < %  Dr. Hamilton was speaking uv, combined with th.it the wirk of the Institute. MISSI achievement %  Pilgrim, daughter of Kev. A Pilgrim, presented 30 cerUBeal 1,647 Licensed To Keep Stock A Barbadian who does not keep some kind of small stock in the backyard i. %  rarity. Pig keeping m. n, ilL *vnured m spite of the fact that it does not pay much, J'lid ii little more than a temporary wink account. In 'hat respect, people living outside of the city limits are luckier than those within those units, for the former can keep pigs as Kiev like — except those within special areas of St. Mlchuel —while Ihc latter nre nol allowed to keep them at all. Those who live within special areas have to get a license from the Sanitary AuthoriUes before they can keep their Berkshire oi the oruinuij long mouth pig. The license rests nothing. The Annual Report of the Sanitation Department oi St. Michael shows tliat the total number .1 licenses now operating is 1,647. Legislation controlling pig keepg In St Michael makes It unwful for any |>erson to keep any pig. hog or other description of swine in the City of Bridgetown in any other of the 'owns of Island. to the girls and women of fee Inslitule. Fourteen were given certffleatee for Medic n 16 for itieneilli science Mr. R. c Springer, Principal < the Institute, tpofci Dr. Hamilton's %  greniMUl WOT* for the Institute. During his address. Dr. Hamilton said that the supervisor the M: Tabor branch. Mr. O W. I* Weaeng, was chiefly in strum ental in bringing al> ut the success ,i the branch. It was. he *aid. due to his energy and LntalUBtfK I Mr Weekcs moved a vote i.f thanks. Mrs E Gay was the Instructor domestic science and Mis. O. E. Weekes In Needlecraft Dr. Hamilton said that nil duties at Harrison College huo made it impossible for him lo continue his duties as Principal of the Institute and Mr. Springer Who was at present on leave had decided t" carry on Ihc work for sometime. They were fortunate in having his services. He would I>e released from tin Rtlfl pre work m a little while end he ex pected lo continue hid %  he Institute, although OH > eni basis. The main funcih n of Uv I bados Evening Institute. Iu> S.f two years. The limits of Bridgetown are roughly "From Barrier Bridge In the direction of Bay Street In direct line to the cross road at Enmore House (formerly the residence of the late commercial career or any Sir Harold Austin) thence down bran-.-h River Road to the Constitution! Opportunity River in front of what was Girls who wished to make use formerly the property of Samuel of ihose faculties which ran. Ames from thence along the course perhaps more naturally t<> them had necessarily' dropped out did not think that In nuiny %  Uffetenca l,i • there n.is a strong observation he wanted to make They should ;ioi think aurea, they had learnt', ..: The onb ilimax there. duration, was the grave-J >atil. There was no such thing as I i-ini'ii'V mastery of any subject i As splendid as they had bean In their work, Ihey should regard ii only as a starting point for their I own endeavours. POBT-OF-Sl-AIN In Port-of-Spain. concern bung ea pr ess e d In commercial l ar the absence of steam, r tonunurdeattoni fee the tranepert f s.xxls between Trinidad an I %  I A riim of Commissioner agenu cabled Mr A I' T James |fl T. bago askinii lh.,t be make ., nunedtate spa Ml %  Bfs el strong recommendations to thf Ovrananenl ith laapael I rh number of daji whan no steamer opportunities will be available fOOdj and U and from Pembroke. Hind Chailoltrvllle Said a l'trt-of-Spain merchant. "Tohago has not done gnythln| rve such rteet m enl %  I'i;il aiithontirs. They shou'd enjoy as much and as many facil ilics as we in Trinidad." The Porl-. f-Spain Harbour that Ihe without serviee i hN 10 UM (a-.'l that the Trtludl was under repairs This ves>l, 'i i raM, \<>n\ two hetchi the "Tobago" only had one He ilso tald thai Bee n i %  not .ailing al tin ports named was due to the fart I towns were tonneete i to Tnlmgo's chief's town Scarboi iniRh by read. it had struck him that the designs of Mrs. Weeke*' pui i'• were of a high standard. Ihej should always try to get their own d never take them from a hot*, n nn copied deeam t* .. book, and eventuully allow ci themselves to DDetei the feeUng that Uv sn re ttMU own, n would not be honest Nor couid ne feel the true glory of the production. It Aould be belter to : jve an indilTi-renl design than one not their own. The following gained certificates. I.MAItl I I Ui| .1., 88 In The Shade MEN with their coats over their arms and others wearing shor's and open neck shirts yesterday gave evidence of the intense heal that was felt by all. It was half-holiday for mnnv tmplovees and U was not long after they were released from work that several were seen going to the seaside. At one time ">e th< rtgislered 88 degrees. Fruit And Coal Come THE motor vessel "T.B Radai brought 56 bunches and 486 packages of fresh fruit from St Lucia yesterday. The -Radar" under Capt Abelf Archbold brought also a small quantity <-l ccosmits and charcoal. €2 For Speeding MOTORISTS are still continuing io speed on the roads". Mr. E AMcLeod told Le*He Taitt r of Tudor Bridge. St. Michael yesterday when he fined him £2 for driving the motor bus M-1402 on Baxters Hoad at over 28 miles of the river as far as the Condemned Road between the Gully Houses and Doctor Straughn's property (Harmony Hall Road), In a line to the Garden House (Hon. R Challetior's residence) thence along Country Road to Dunsinanc (Mrs. Collymore* residence! across While Park Road along Passage Road and across Baxter's Road to the Weatbury Road Corner and thence In a straight line lo the beach (Fonlabelle) opposite the north-weal point of ^elican Island. It Is also unlawful for any person to keep any pig, hog, or other description of swine within the area lying between the limits of the City of Bridgetown and the following boundaries unless he shall have first obtained a license from the Commissioners of Health for the Parish of St Michael. Roughly defined these boundaries are: .From the boundary line dividing St Michael and Christ Church extending from the beach on the south-eastern side of St. Ann's Fort lo a point meeting the boundary wall of the military pro %  1I%  on the north-castem side ot the Garrison, and along this boundary wnll to the North Gate, then along Dalkeith Road to along Bcckles Road along Culloden Road. Pine Road Welches Road. Condemned Hoad. Glendalry Hoad, Brtdg* Road Bank Hall Cross Road to Eagle Hall corner and fcom thence in a straight line to the Junction of the Westburv Road and Weatbury New Road,' along tho Weatbury New Road to Footabellc Road and on, to the beach. domestic science—cooking and the like—and which WOU I them in good stead as family women, were given th> tunity lo gain a sufflcn I H edge. Then thcie was needlecraft In the broadest sense of ihe WOI i He had watched that ell the beginning and had be.strongly impressed by the keon< ness and skill of then Instructa and the advantages which had l>een taken of Ihc work b) Ike pupils That in itself was one ot the chief factors which allowed lor their being there then to witness a presentation of certificates There was much debate and many differences of opinions forwarded at the end of the ilr.-t vear as to whether the course should then be regarded as beiiu completed or whether they : hould continue with Uv girls for another year. Eventual!. the decision to continue was made and personally he thought thai It was a wise decision. He thought that Ihe occasions* of delay to the girls who were not members of the present eland who wanted to join, was more than compensated by Ihe fad that finished • and arcomplisht' women and girls had been ttM result. The certiflcetea were not cheaply earned A girl did not automatically qualify for %  I • by putting down* her name at Ihe beginning of Ihe course and then attending. fpa/mpdlcnll> <>u" the drat term. To qualify Tor eertlAcnta, adequate attendai had beep rndea> requ'si"-'i "" Ur „..,. Ix, ABanSS gsastWl (ir.li.ini <.K VIM 1 iicwtt. ran" nrr>l HoCMUn. P*r> Si %  DonicMic Science MkAM i Barbara Mill** • Btse OSLADR t IV.t.,;hIIM '' %  at,-. Srnnnn OMADS S r> al l B-"..'i stsfesl ii Marriage Clauses Amended %  lion, our €)n CotrMpondMiu %  WTOWN. Ami'iHloieotv lo the Mali Unonlai Cleuee Ordlnanoe to smooth out hardship^ in the law as it .lanupreeent, have U-en drafted, i.nd will ehortly be nbrrutted t' the Legislaiive Council A ciauae In the nui seeks tc enable a wife who has been < %  % %  -i l.v her husband Ui pre•< m .i pettUon rot drtforee upon Ihe ground of desertion if untiiemately before her marriage she was domiciled in the Colon) Another clause In the Hill seek lO enable the party against whom a decree nisi has been uhtuim-d t< applv r. ir ihe decree absalale where ihe parly in whose favou the decree has been made (etti U apply few ihe decrt>4> to ntude absoluUv Concert At Rocks TONIGHT The Police Hand under Capt. Itaisor will give the lortnikhily concert it HaoUngl Rocks tonigh.'. beginiuiiK al o'cl.a k Th^ pro gramme will be:— MILITARY MARCH ^4X^>I*V i i Uogy n Psr.'c A'om ovaerruHsV-taiBc T-n an Th* Floww Skinj; M. h* HlliMir*. art. Hy iw nim ecial .wasion it will be th linesi ami most represeiilatlv •rade fair ever to be held m IWitam Almost ev.-r> industii is arranging for special display As an example. Ihe textile ln> i Hut. ,II, have annoume neu mlention of making a major effort which i* aepected t" reeuli i, one "f the (Iniwt displays < i 'cxllle products e\*er assembled In DM building In all, over lOtl rades will be represented al the B I.F in London and Blrming "I' from 30th April lo 11th May 'n Ixrndon. the light Industrie) such as chemicals. foodstuffs. %  Vile I %  1 -'.ir-. IJIIM.I and 'la-. ware, sports gi>os. cutlery, geld 11 IUVI rwarc etc etc win be %  rcommodaled al Earls Court and -Hympia and the heav v Industries will be at Castle Hn mwich. lllrninghim Special travel facilities Mil be available between the %  l.ihiiioi. hmldings In both entrai Catalogues In many languages u now lieiii|| prepared In ihe i-ar future, posters, ehowi sTd ml other publicity malei IHH Hl.l YOVK n.XJOY.UK.XT TO-OA V with our special PRUNE CREAMS AND GUAVA CREAMS kNKJHTS-PHOENIX SODA FOUNTAIN egpi t. app. all the *orld." 2511 (aribbean Visitors Aakod whether mam vteltori re expected Ron the .'aribbean. vlr. Rtarck slated "Approximately 50 business visitors from my terItorj Wl ni 10 the II I K la IP5H. he highest number ever recorded >nd I believe that its value is pprcialcii more than ever before md thai ihe numbei iii be mud [renter in IWal I cannot ever mphasise Use neee*nity (or i-ailv lanninif for nest year, (or visi'on. i UM ll I F and Ihe Festival >f Briluin will begin k) en wean before the event The Lo n don Hotel luformaiion Servuv. II L^iceeter Square, London, s w i an. i ihe Aceonuaodatlon Offleei llirmingham Chnmlier if Commerce. 9: New Street. Ulitningham, will be pl<-,i-.-o to help visitors who have difficulty In tlndlng accommodation, but applii ation k) ttiem should he made as early a* possible / HUMBER ie ArUtarrat HARRISONS BROAD ST. LOCAL AGENTS DIAL 2364 | of all i.Alxarr SUITE TI Sho* Thr S*bot; Thr Cowri S-mtl-l and Id* Brogu* SBLaCTION—The Showboal . rfHiS ' Man K. nr.SC HHTIVE I.! a (Till. Qardan CVLOPHOSi s-ii i TI, i -Aa-Sll Fined 301For Dangerous Driving A NOT! [Eft line of 30 was lm posed on Arden Nlcholls ol Hank Hall yesterday by Mr E A McI*od when he was found pilltj f driving the motor lorry M-Mitl ."I I'IM k Rook Itoail in „ 0UI manner on August 31 139.710-84 DEAL FOR BARBADOS Table Zfllh. I %  11 shopkeepers snd bakers will be delighted tu know ii, .1 s %  ; i II ix „f Dallv Hi i i Flour haa arrived snd I* pew svallable. It rosl nothlnr tn be In un this deal JIM) BM "I want lo buy the beM Hail* Bread Flour.' GEORGE PAYNE'S GOOD COCOA w. WHAVS ON TODAY I i.iiri of Ordinary al 11.00 Mobile Cinema. Ounwombe Plantation Yard. 7.30 p.m. Police Band Concert at Hastings Rorks, 1.00 p m. per hour. The speed limit on thai road i' II miles per hour for that kind ol vehicle The offence was committed on August 7. APPLES t. PEARS—Per lb *J GRAPENUTS—Per Pkg .28 filNOCR. ORANGE. VANILLA and CHOCOI.ATE CAKE MIX—Per Pkg ROMARYS HONEY RAKE I 1SCUITS—Per Tin HOMAHVS CIINfiEK BAKF BISCUITS Per Tm ROMARYS PARMESTICKS BISCUITS—Per Tin PI ALLSONS ROLLED OATSPer Tin — PABLUM Small PVg PABLUM — Large PkR NLTRIC1A POWDERED MILK—1 lb tin NUTRHTA POWliEKED MILK—5 lb. tin PRUNES IN SYRUP—1 lb Un s I • % %  i ii M HuaK eir I)WNI| 1 Il-t whit* .-ind tlir f**vcr CtM oid Time I 11 Ct-ABBK ••wry. MV Urrlin t'a... I % %  % %  %  TIB KINO i i it i > \ CBW1 l-'or i'milli I, n,i,l Ii MtSSMOl "S£E THE DIFFIRENCt PURINA MAKES'' %  V.V.V.V. %  • %  %  %  V.VA FINE — PURESOLUBLE. %  8 LSI .92 4111 43 M1VSKIH SCOTT a CO.. LTD. vs.*s.'ss,'s>: •.'•'• Air Travellers must go LIGHT lad ham i.rp ibt h att ilu) irlll kny ,-ou lixhi and nuka you taridtaiUt, in %  HnHlvt Tjiiaii Catean wiih Zip IkMaam. Prices from $12.00 And for all Purposes GLOBE TROTTER SUIT CASES \ fresh stork of these very strong Cases which can .land a pressure of well over half a ton. Size 2H" each $38.36 CAVE SHEPHERD Co.. Ltd. 10, II. 12, & 13 Broad Street ) 1



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, ltM HAVE YOU GOT A COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY BROWNE'S CERTAIN COUGH CURE t Th% UUqH hnMr lm Couek* i \ Coldi. BroocnMi.. sore TSMS I I HWHLfO, II ,. Wi !" „,„, coug*. IX. %  % %  i C. CARLTON BROWNE rVholfwl* A KeUII DTUKKM lit. KeetHUk 81. DUI lllj ^ LEOPAflD CHARW N Cean\w :P5!5'OU* FMHEK 4 "OAC: %  —r—— AW A1HAMED Ot WJ VCJ A," lECPAB&i BUT MEM THE HANI, A*E Out OF THE SBEAT XJUNoLETdBEt, BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES .'.•UTfTKE PEOPLE Of THE COAST AND CITV HEABD Of TS 'HEYP THINK VOU WEBE ISNOtAHT SA/AGEC See what thi. Plan will do for your akin—in only 14 day*! If you would like your complexion to be as lately „ you have always hoped i, could be, iry the Palmolivc Beauty Plan. 1 '. If. to simple. Thif b all you do: R Wash JOB fact uWi Palmate* Soap. 2 MastaetiU Hat, etiahtil laiitr into jour dm/or em fmmmm. o Rinit. Start now, continue for 14 days. And prove as the doctors proved—that if you keep your skin cleansed by PalmoUve't-beautifying olive-oil lather, you are nmto ,. KEEP ,THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM OUR LATEST ARRIVALS AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! JAMS: — CIUvri a>tra*[>->t> Hartlai-a ILi.ptwrry •KOO" Plum Jam OoWrn Otot Fin. ApW AJC. A1.1..1 FHU1T ApparU SUctd Apult. ROM Bant-ti Pea %  •I.X.L." C:inno.t Iv-ch*. 'I. KB" TIU>w CliriR POachai %  Sa*BbuUPawn*. (1 tb Tlnif •'SahalmU' Mi*r.---.-.-.--•.--•.---.-.-.---.-.VCV,-.-.



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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1*50 nARnADOS ADVOCATE rvr.F SI-VEX CLASSIFIED ADS. TAKE NOTICE III kSI-AIC %  .-.*.: %  .*.:;',',:•.:::: '.•.*.;:*,•*.•.: %  WFlDIMi FOIIPMhT im iiii.n.v INI fur WEI DING PLANTS lipownl %  11 tram OUT •wi-.'-ru-'iiCfU SiatI All IVDCS of Ferrous und Noo-Feirouj BLBC* TBODBS .ivailable ex stock IIKITIS1I OXYUfcN' WOaHMG AND d'TTING BWVMKMT W Invite vuu to inspect uur ,-u>ck of %  Undud teas. Spacta! enquiries will receive our bnmedlaU and dth-rition. STAINLESS STh'EL FABRICATION'S—"FIRTH BROWN WE IKIVO now in stock STAINLKSS ST KM. SIIFKTS and are fully equipped to handle fabrication*, to your i. itgli in this modem, acid resisting steel. thm it i it mints # or v#ti *,*/. Whit* I'.rk Road. M. Michael. Dial : 4546 aa Iio. HECUHD CIIANUEIM ( Carrad. from CM TO to Uth *hil* la.l A Balnea AT CO Ltd Di. 21 I 10 • MUU. CAST & HARNESS In good King aOU Sherbourn*. TWO Mil* Hill, Si. Michael TT t it-Sn MECHANICAL IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT t.arg Quantity ol I 1 Inch Galvam.rd piping Mao Mill. 10 ft Fan TO n Tnwat, ? %  iich Pump and Uip tank King # "Shtowrna". Two Mil* Hill, HI Michael ] OIK hand opafaaad | MACHINE Apple B Lid.. Whticpaik. lUCINQ MISCELLANEOUS property ol the li.rb.doe. SPCA. For pwtMutan Apply to Herbert* Pinfold SUCH. Dial M73 IT SO—*! MEN!* SHIRTS — l>fDM! .election of Men. Shim In town. AH "HEL1ANCE" all GuirwlHd all Pit r aril veil [ %  fired If for any reason your ahln •titpleaaee you. It can b* rtlumM to in ROYAL STOHK. Hi Hi Street h(XK STONES I a fl delivered Apply to the Manager Dr.* IUII plan. Utlon M a *o n STOVE -On* Prrfrcuon 1 butnei Oil SlOVe In perfect condition Appl< Mr. Trmpru Dial %  !* SHIRTS Heady M-de and madr 10 iT.r.miTtShlrti ordered can be delivered wllhln 3 hour-. Ml and quality fully guaranteed Kallani* Store, High St %  %  In STIT.IT t.s .ir'iMir-ri-M <*OAP Hat* again w only have a atnall qu.nitty In Mock and owing to impoit •IrlcKon. me are not allowed lo Impart ai.ymor* KNIGHT* lid %  % % % %  — WAVII l HELP UAKDENEH Experienced Gudntr Apply PCS. Maffcl Co Lid Prince Wm Henry Street. Appi* i 9 M — YOfNO l-AOY Aaalatant for CeAl blanca Ic* Cream Parlour Apply r> letter and In i* aw 'Caaablanca • ' Lgfgfftj ,. aa.a 4*-ii M.SCKI.LANKOUS 1 hav* kwan irwlruclvd hf UM PikMaanvr ol Polica lo "II at CMOral Station, of Tud-y renl ihc ara October, beflnnini al 1 p m. tna rol..mtnit in in111 Car whcyi. HK>clr> <10i Tina ul M Motor ajat hup-cap. and r>ACY REAL ESTATE UUAKlUt HOAO. Car nn tun'a Vll.au* (ii.L.y JPill -I I p n> a buald JU • rvng> hou*r M > II > I. Shed M %  Xitcfaan 18 S coyarad wlih w*ny*. .loan, palui> I-nd can be rcniwi Tiima CaiJi K AllCiitli MC KW/IK Auettoneer t KNTERPRISB HOUSX and oulbuildingi .landing on 1'. arr*a of land In Churl : iI,. ..!:. mvr.UlNG HOUSE aUndin,; on i rrre* ot land al Enlrrprlie Chu-i Lli.nh. and adtolning the abovrmenUon4 pramian. Th* ab.ivemenlW.iied p>opeHI* will b %  el up lr nal* by Public Auction a' our OflVa. No 14 J.>mn Hn uitan. on nda< Itlh September. ll"M DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 8T JOHN BAPTIST BOYS SCHOL 8T JAMES % % % %  %  I -' .. .: UM i>'T".i'"K-m or axemi I Salur> will DC in ... %  :.meml SonUfor Head Tea t ul appltcmUoo tor %  i vaeanelei (now nilcd i • % %  I iinpes .houid mnkr application oo I t< rm whli h m i from the Dtpcu-tnuial ol rattwMtloa All ayplicaUoi adi ol UMJ Dttet lee ol tool lUotl % %  Saturd i W 1950. 27Ih Soptembcr, 1950. -' ll ;tn YEABWlXlt) At IIOYC*. Soil < .o 50_i .%'.%-, .',', '-->-.-,-. :; f s.'.',;;','.' FOR SALE "1 /inn Bngllab Ttv Barba V i ur Trinidad I Ballad MUI1KSN 4TTBACim rktlHoMI III'NUAl.OW Mod.ill UtfaatUVt li % %  :id Uunsaaow .ua aq It. land I Ueu niii. Laiae Drawlna-iouin. Kilrlitnettr a. laid on lot covkniA. Balh. FruliIren: Urge apace tor Poullrv Price Alaua Apply Somenel", Upper Bei, i Bi ,.i EI.V.M-Un nus'aAU>w Nawlj bulM rkuwaaM at Rnahlon Koad. Mi.. llork ol Coral Stone wllh pin* floor at aaivanlre roof ll haa Verandah. DrawnAi Dlnlna Rooma, S apacloua Badmoma. nraakfaal room. 9 Water toilet a A 1 li..ili. Spar* Room, Uarag* Prw* aed I* balow whal II cod to build nUNCAl*>W Newly built Dunn law at Uracon'a Road Built ol Coral Sion* with pin* Floor ft Balyanii* roof. Ihaa Verandah. Urawinu. pining A Breaklait room*. 3 Redroomt. 1 Tolleti and S Bath* Kitchenetl*. Spa: and enough land for flower Kitchi 'priced lo aril. UUSfiAIOW At of Coral Stone wll Pine floor 11 ha front A, d-ln. Drawing. A Dining I rooma. Walar tollai At r Oarage A So Maprtni 1 ::;;: Lane. I undcr-ia-r-l will **l up for aal* by f competition al their OflVce 1S1 111 .ick Street. Bridgetown, on Friday INDIVIDUAL COACHWO by Enallah Vnlvemty Oraduat*. School certiflcow and Commercial. Proof Reading. Typing and Siencllllna efficiently and quickly ""MIMI OOODINO T, t Kf_ |-n JAM %  %  Jam Bottlei Al Co Ltd S*M>-ln ror BAfW—Extra large Iron Safe APRlT to Mr. Nellie Brlmar. Wlnona. MMWOII Coa.1 Tel. ilSA. Mt 3" PVHL1C \(MI(1S TUITION TUITION (iiyn in Up.nlati. ^vm*e German and lUlUn by Mr.. ^C">" GonaaWea. Teach, r M "e V"^-"'*' | rruador and E-t>fT*'al Tran.iai |or the Venefuelan Of.. rnrneW W alao und-rta** Ir riociimriit. and b<" IIAHMoNV COTl'Ai.l B| Ol ono built houaa alandlng on ic acre of land Apply In Mr. long. Drax Hall. St Georgr l P> %  i. -,, Call Baas, Santa Clara, ,. Sl" Lawranca • PERSONAL cS' -m, wrf* n rx^"o^N ':. Jordan i a. I do not hod myaetf i %  ponitble for her or anyone n. i acting .-ny debt or debt. unlaai b* a written order Mgiwd Tl-.r p'lblic are reretoy warned again*! givini cradlt • HO NBJ. ma* PigoiO at I do not h..i ,..-.eu MgfJ %  %  *• ela* contracting debt gaSMi order rlgned I LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Vivian of J ,.f board and mingle building wllh ahop I -lached al corner of Km* 1 iiltn Road. Blown for permhMaOti to > *e aald llaartaa at the above promieaa. PaleC thta Tllh day of Seplembaa ISM I. A Mc LEOD. Eaq Police Maglatraw. Dirt "A'' Signed D BAYLEY. lor applicanl N B Thi. fajath ,...., „ui b* roiintdi .rd al a LMenatng Court lo be hale ,.i Polk* Court. Diat.tci -A", on Monday the tb day ol October IBM at II o clock, a m E A Police Magistrate. DnA '. If Cil.AII IVM-I I. IK.Ml IMKXMlMi I .. h LbHI ii\u.v wisrif IIARIIADOS FIRE INSU The alaov* will be a*l up for rum dividend", by public ronipell al our office. Jams* Street. Bridgi"* n FRIDAY Mth September lo.tan 130 p.m YEARWOOD The Amateur Alhlclic Association of Barbados rm:iM iiu. Intercolonial Cycle & Athletic Sports Meeting NOTICE This 1:5 to notify GARAGF will our customers thai be closed for STOCK-TAKING ON %  I. MII* cycli iBtar tn adlati i, Mua Cycla iClaaa 'A'l 100 yarda Sal 'Openi loo >oi itai Oiovi under in >< %  M Bi k| iClaaa 'A'I 440 yd. flat iOpe.ii High Jump .... J-.MII. Cyela iCh %  rreiraraaae M ll*ai. I) A Mile Cycle Handicap IR Uj-Hlle Cycle iCtaw] V IB Ho ydi flat (Openi 11 S Mile Cycle iClaaa A'i 11 I-Mil* Cycle Devil iTh* Hu Tufmlay 3rd — Weilnvmlay Hh AND Thurtulav 5th October. CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD I irlnriu Slrwl — suttn SAW I.V AT FOGARTYS. ELECTRIC SUPPLY (OltPORATION LTD. \onri: %  i %  WEIGHT LIFT1NO Prlr*. H Bgg >., flat I Op. o Claaa B' Openi l Cmpain Bgadn ada open for practice HAND BAIANflNO DISPLAYS eath day Ogggga rill*n.rt McnH.il. unda 1 i. it., M,inu(arlurer* have deflated thai repktra la> one of our Engine* >-.,n no Imigei be delayed. Ihe CsmvaBy haa Ul rsancqueac* li.id lo put Mil* (inn rating Met |90 ft yv.) aul ml rummiulon and. owing lu the reduction or standby riant now avilfehle ui .i rrault. may find II naccassry to abed load at iitlrr-aU during the nrat few montha. (lur I •inaumrrs are aakrd to pT.lr by rierrlalng Ihe iilnn.il i. .niomy In Ihe uae of Eleetrklty. particularly dnrtBf Ihe I'.ak period helween 6.10 and .3 p.m. nnlll farther noli. V. MINI (lenaral Manager. CYCLISTS RACING MONDAY i you DUN1 OP II i 'i covnta di $'2 00 each NEWSAM & CO., >. &f *.•> &f f.* II lull's A—r ALL Furniture Priced Attractive Too vr llreamlined Vanlllea A %  plar Dreaaiid T..I %  a),, bvfaoa, I"< %  robaw. Linen Preaaea At Client —m -Draw or a Morrla Jtoraeback. Straamunrl aid .iraight-Hned Santn andaid*board> Wag%  %  loping M-. Mangle %  L. S. WILSON I Get 1 offf* ASPRO iXO W! a Stops PAIN Dis/wls HEADACHES, COLDS. FLU — AND — RHEUMATI TWINGES C WM. FOGARTY LTD. TAILORS THAT "FIT TO PLEASE OLR TAIUIRINt; DEPARTMENT:— Wr have jul iipcncd a large auorlmenl o( braulilul TROPICAL VWIKSTI.I)S. FIIIICO Ik WOOL inixlurcs in numeroui shades al prices that defy enmprtition. II you want Ihe perfect fit see us. We uuaranlee .alislaclion—\ou can srlicl any sl\l 'uu Iik.-—wc can supply H WE GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION



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Friday Seplraab 1950 tr 2 BartotitoS! jaauocate TAEJON FALLS TO ALLIED TROOPS Communists Flee Tories Will Emphasise Colonies At Blackpool Talks Second To Defence And Foreign Affairs LONDON, Sept. 28. T;HE Conservative Party place Commonwealtl and Empire affairs second in importance only to defence and foreign policy. This is shown in the agenda for their annual conference which will open at Blackpool on October 12. There are four motions down for discussion on defence and foreign policy—the first, an emergency motion which will be submitted on behalf of the Executive Commuter and will probably be the basis of Conservative policy on these matters at the next general election. WMI.lt I'OI II Russia Wants Invitation For Red China 100 W. German M.P's Accused Of Bribery __ BONN. Sept. 28 %  m Council of Elders of the ei German Parliament today acted on allegations of bribery ajuinit about 100 members of the Bundestag (Lower House) The Council which regulate* trie work of Parliament instructed Professor Carlo Schmid. acting President of theBundestag, to write to all theme members ano demand that they start actions for libel against Der Spiegel a weekly magardne. Der Spiegel cThe Mirror) — in a three page article—quoted from an nlleged statement by a parliamentary member of the rlghtwing Bavarian Party that sums from 1.000 to 20.000 marks were paid to deputies to vote for Bonn rather than Frankfurt when Parliament chose its temporary capita) lost year Other alleged statements were that deputies had re-eived money in connection with legislation on the price of petrol, and coffee duty. Reuter Labour Wins Bye-election LEICESTER. Sept. 21. Britain's Labour Qovernment majority was increased tonight through a byc-eiection victory at Leicester and the death of a Conservative member at Birmingham. At the Leicester bye-election, reused by the appointment of the standing Labour Member to the High Court as a Judge. Labour eand.dute A K Undoed-Thorn Is polled 18.75? votes against his Conservative opponent J. A. Taylor's 13.642 — a reduction coml*red wilh the Labour's General Election majority. The General Election figures were Labour 25.305, Conservatives M.908. Liberal 4.257 and Communist 3.271. giving Labour a majority of 5.813 of the combined opposition and 10.397 over the Conservatives. This time the Liberal* supported the Conservative candidate. The present majority of nine is the highest since the February General Election when Labour was returned with five more seats than the combined opposition. The lieircalflr bye-rV-ction fa-as the f'"ntli tinea Febmarv. All were Labour seats Reuter Another motion on ( %  '• the name of Brigadier Ralph Rayner MP calls for an immediate Commonwealth eonfen-r., view and strengthen the naval military and air defences of IhS Common wealth "Continue*! I'nres." The first motion on Commonwealth affairs—on which a debate and vote will be taker, — hu. been tabled by Mr. C. J. N. Alport MP. It reads: "that this conference views with great alarm the continued unrest and declining standards of ordered admlnistrai in the Colonial En urges the Conservative party to exert every effort to restore the confidence of Colonial people In Britain's capacity and will to fulfill her imperial mission, and declares that while welcoming advance^ towards self-government within the Empire, as and when the basic requirements for self-government are fulfilled, it is firmly opposed to any breach of these trusts." Permanent Council Othei motions call for the formation of a permanent consultative council comprising elected representatives from the United Kingdom. Dominions and Legislative Assemblies of the Colonies' the revival of Empire Day celebrations; effective steps to %  ncrsss* knowledge among members of the nartv on Commonwealth and Colonial affairs; and closer unity end Integration with the Empire administration towards mutual harmonious well-being in all accepted fields. afi i deleLater in the gates will discuss a m< pressing concern ot t threat to the Empire from the spreading of C tie views among CcsnalSl In this country. It urges immediate action to counter Communist piopaganda among these student. and calls for high priority in Colonial development plan* for the expansion of establishments of University status. The importance the party place on a dynamic policy in domestic affairs, however, is reflected in the number of motions on the housing problem which have l>een placed on the agenda There are 19 down for discussion at the third session. Lady Sand ford Flies To England NASSUA. Sept. 27. Lady Sandford. widow of the late Governor of the Bshemas (lew to England by HO A C plans) this afternoon ('.it Pre** A MELEE lu t Barbados A(|U BaumMi-r < ssaUM p waul l WaterPolo nut eh net was* Bauunai | r Burn idi goal ares in tt t Club yeotcrdsy afternoon M %  lilddi-n ly ule splash b*> Just delivered ona of his hard shot* Mid goalkeeper Psrss jf -pray is well pri>uard for the shot The ball is m mid sir. BLUE SUN' OR ATOM BOMB? Germans Ask Sweden Prepares For Psychological Warfare Panic In iStorkhotm LONDON. Scpl 26 Anxious Germans thought an torn bomb had been dropped i %  • when they rose to-day to iiiui that the sun hud turned a bright SSUW ii.' phenomenon already seen in Britain and Europe. The} bombarded weather >laions and newspaper offices with (aimed telephone In Setition to wind up the company has been presented in Nassau, but this cannot be heard until October 18 he recent visit of Field Mar i Montgomery to the Pyrenees and lth the visit of the American urvey Mission to Lisbon to discuss the proposed Arms Aid Programme to Portugal. It had been rumoured that Lord Montgomery saw a Franco envoy during his stay in the Pyrenees and It was also sugge: that American arms aid to Spain had beam discussed at the recent bon talk SurvOJr mission. But It has bean impossible to obtain official confirmation of either report h> In of all observers believed that the purpose of the Franco-Salazar meeting might be to discus* defence problems of the Iberian peninsula the contribution of Spain and Portugal to Western European Other observers thought that the meeting might be with the United Nations discussion on Spain or with plans to admit Spain to the Atlantic Pact. STOCKHOLM 8pl 26 SWEDEN is to have a special department lo protect hoi • psychological warfare Minister of the Interim E MossberR said today that hi* Ministry had been planmni ihe department for the past two yeai His disclosure followed the ofttl i ak f panic here yeati i day when a radio programme on Ihc Napoleonic wan an nounccd that the "western powers" had invaded Sweden and would force her to chamft her policy in "this Ion) expected clash between cast grid — %  %  — j u Stockholm .i womai nig and naked out of her •FLYING WASBTVB" NEW YORK A translucent "tWing wash cub", high and -nln\ OTCT the town ol '"oplar Hlulf. MUsoun. was iWportad by hundreds of people, including policemen, pilot and airport wornei* Thr National Guard sent up t*o Mustang fighters after it. Pilot Hardwood Inman reported he tlew ten miles towarda it without sp| %  i am nenrei Id descriptu.n ; Something like two big wiiMs balki tied one beneath lln nlh.-r 1 thin* 1| ** ana Mirl uf secret . npp .i atu* ii Bromma. a *uburl: neighbours found a house wile i er a kitchen luble 1'. 01 %  ; %  ... .ding the big port of Gothenburg, the home guard threw e*i their uniforms, kplxed their i >,SH nd reiKirte.1 for dntv Som lllng into Gothenburg an Italrno turne.1 round and head* out to sea again Everywher lelephonea^Were Jammed as thouuwidi "f anxlssii psopla rallj newspaper' to ask for furthe .1 hag threalennl to sull.e hroadcustlng t'd Trade Unions enuiraged the whole inaiipowi' re* nr thc planl lo come to wort i-.spite the closure order. —Renter. Bui Company Oirci Malmoe kepi his bend ll<, lelaSJ .telephone and rang hi* Jroror let hundred kilos ol %  cgar Thr i luOsr i f the pro> i.iammo. DoetOf Wilhelm Tliam rr sorry for all |ha upset %  liil n iiinkcH one won[tar If we .HI p->>' liolngic.iir, (in' I in d fOI war" -ReHter. Prime Minister Menziti Challenges Opposition CANKKKHA Sept 2* Prime Mtnu>Ui ItoUiil it'-n/i' • Cr* munist Pail I), r'.iil in the House of Repntstives to-day and challenge* Labour Opposition to fonje an lion on the Issue. n unm menace inow than it K five months ago hen man from Aus Union "Sells" 80,000 Strikers TO FINANCE STRIKB HKLSTNKI. Sept 28 I %  Woi Ri lodsy btrihfl tiling" -tnkeis ll i to help i. Ii .. % %  rot wags i enl Tl S Ota] a llmnril H".UIH) sink. | . | cash for %  v man tin-, i '-*< pa> I sSO n,ark' ps wsek their wages, as long •< the IrlM is*' 8a tar n numlier ol mull Hi r iccepii nlon's offei —Reater .. ADOW* Sswl M Esaeurrl I eonve.tec -, to oagwklsi whsthai . \\> particlp Ihtll ihaiges ol I t f> were ^ s \ i.motion that an fen'•' m\ itation fM' extendi rwprssBBtstlvg %  MM An Kcuadorian proposal Si r ^in.snu-ratioti tt the aJltln 1*01 H SSU i-e-ue. m•liKling the invitation, unli. .'!< %  rSenereJ nsagiiiijj nnsaa< i i seellni wife ins lot ie rortipluinl legsrdinK alleget China. Phi Sovist delegste mulntainee \m %  %  rderatloi i it^ .oiiipiau't of aHeged Amert< in \ggresnH.n In China hSI U do with the Haw* he ran ths Csunsll He said that the Setnniy Csun i ^ is Bbliajsd to %  oaassei aj ntsn irional disputes which n, Brahj n threaten inlenmtmnal peace and sacurttl lln I' .le.1 Stales poluv U) %  i 1*1 a gaj iKely to di lust that, Malik said. ItillllSSS niiely IHH'II aststaUatrad %  i psrl "t chtoi Catoo decUa I'ht •'tilling uf ths Amsrlsss leal • i Porn "-.i \i i ..: .. n" i %  i aid the Urati 4 'I. *ers i thee powej t.' sand tl %  wstsn betwi < n UM lllandl and the United Ko-I — It.lllrr 1ST. W. INDIAN IN KOREAN WAR? PORT >F 8P \IK PETER HAMKKKSOdN. son oi Ci and Mi* J n Ramkeesooti is the ftrel Trlnidadlan II have tin* >ii w naSk a n al udtmg pint m the K w II ivii-i i. In ths HAT and is stationed at ChsedlS, StHfTnrt>iiiM where he is being I rained an a wlrflesc. oparator Hs hSI . %  the Far Knit at the end ol this month Northwards SNIPING CONTINUES IN SEOUL TOKYO, Sept. 28. A MERICAN TROOPS today oiok into Taejon. one of the last big Communist stroagMldB in South Korea after a fierce 24 hour battle. Wliile United Nations spearheads throat north wards from Seoul to within 12 miles of the 38th parallel, the dividing line between North and South Korea, Communists in the extreme south were reported to be preparing a desperate attack to break out of General Mac Arthur's "cage" to escape to the north. Do Not SvmF U.N. i'orc<>s VorfA Of 36th Parallel SAYS INDIA 1.0NIXIN. Srjil 28 rhc Ind tritain and the Uri Is I 81 IS ould not sunporl Ihs ,.,„i United Nation i ths .tilth peraUsI in Kores, >i > 'Odarstood la dtpiomata Oovsrnmsnl %  M %  iniientoo-1 bS BBSS i ihs Hi lUsh delog t iflh mi Brlhsh and Amei" u latenwnti Iroin Msa Vor* reeeni bavs sfnphai I s Ihs Mil alls .mii'i ! %  sassnHalb %  siililsrj or Bseurltj Coura il d Irsadj on record aulhorl a i Ion ml Douglas MscArthui ail] in Bsuth Kors i II (Reslft> French Will Form "Homo Guurtlri" I'ARIS. SnlM. The French Council <>t Htnlsten hvda> derided to form urban and me guard*" and mobile remroTCeinsutl fOI dshwies aganut %  fih Colmnniaia Albert Oausr, Mlnisloi ol In%  %  mall i urid rspi i toi thai the ,. %  i inicathpna and supply Hi*es to rand Ina Mfurftry Bgsinst exleri I anemias, in oppose any attempt and lo ati ura in) i %  The homs dSfSsMS MrVSN In i-e known as "Dsfsncs of the Surface irj would be both eml 'ill 0V nnlilary lonhol .molding li i inunwtsnces t;.i/u i u)k i "i -.II Rttivi [of as would be %i itionert at frontier*, horn, dersnes woidd he entiusted to i Bsalsr. "ConHtrllationg" Profcrrrd For Speed NEW YOHK Sept 2H BntlaB i %  aft lead of York an Murder 35,000 G.I.'s Ordered CLAIMS RED MINISTER LONDON. Kept S" Kim Ho Suk loinin South HlnbNei ot thi i.i. in .i North Korean tali menl inal Amsrn .... ut sWsd in gov sm msnl lo i 1st :i peopls sad ds Iroj ia,OO0 I the IS44 uprising on lull, Island oft BOUta Keren. d according to Taaa the %  arton re sWad in London, lhai Join, J Miiriio, Ameriean Am ha sssdor to gathci with OsnersJ Wil,:am Etoborta I SSd "I iii" niihl.ii i IVJ-.OI Kinop told him the 'shanty must bs sesiraysd and wie must not hesitate ul %  ith Korean Oovsrnmsnl ah iibn k.-d Mi-ennting to Kim •.. Buk to i*ive I'u-t pi tl H'tnill of Hll l They are moving north-westwards apparently in ,.n attempt to United Nations Uae t its weakest point They sre leaving rearguards to cover t 1 Srawal taken i. \ aai ood DlvSaton %  > the ImefSass OUWt info rssjpn leintf Wtltttxi %  %  %  CB ftS SBU wdear i, nil Cmlrd .Velio-n i fhe BOWtfl This DiDre the oriKii 1st s e a wa ll m rr, few hfeel ol '''. %  Con Isaaaalni The Aimi k ii DghUng In the southern suburbs 1 %  • west 'I i.' load lo t them threw off %  %  hi'ii unll IviUs lulling out of rssfoti and ths southwsst nus< It as held bj Ihs eJnsrian fii i Cnvalrj H lorged i ns snn sf UM 'inkinit ihs fsnutherD bonl ^ ll leoul % %  i Boul %  tn*ngthMi %  *H hours. Rlemrnl i 'ioiate %  %  the 32 present members needed to r.iake then psrtlSI to 'he general sgreement. —Reuter •• nnhtin. .,..1 Km, m IhiDOHCSIA JOINS U.N. trusd by Communists should to leave the KI.WSHLV. MKADOWS p free to do Seui J!i a wai admlth I if the bill United Nation* by .be nin.ii %  in its lack of .i .1 %  i Ian! ral AsnM iQadS* (Keuler) we bp so his work I all it ei Sealei 1 '-" 'he Nat-sHii-Santlago ntage of i U iiud-Atlaiiin i run ii.ii.iv he < i marking the last step In IIOA.I aircraft, modernlKaI lion programme, the change to bSSln i-i Snnday would reduce mm Umdon lo i Santiago via South Amni-' .St by aaven hmir the I Cons tells t long previously covered only the tendon-Nassau portion of the mule with passenger chanslng lo Yorks at Nassau fol the lialnnee „f the trip to Santlntin %  assse Austrian Workers Threaten Power Cut In U.S. Zone VIENNA. Bep< IS Strike, were going on in four a failure. But the CommnnM Workers ..t ihe headiuarterh ol >* factories In C.rus In the Brnt-olkrii-c elslmsd I 'aieat vkthe imwer nelv-ork In the ftfSert, 1 *""• b "' "" %  'hreatened t.*v" wltn i "masi of driV can Zone towi of Cmuden which strikes in Ihe centre ot the city demonstration* throughout all supplies ti-.. ipptr An.saS not et ix-avn Austria. tria said in-" that thev woul' 1 '*'' begin turning ..IT p..wer at mi,. ran %  "i* ifrm.t, i %  ...it.oiied ditendsd t. A Imu uf Vienna thli morning irfaHs over ths Danube i strike a* a protest against th. * 'ed tnai tion here ( n tramline i' 'he rIf you have given '* Hostages to Fortune Protect them from misfortune . %  "(Jl thai hsih wife fonune" is *• inw tod*v wrote it. Thai i* why Of tils Inwirsme. M pr.ivitir hM l*,onc •ell wpj^ntinnIf you would lik.re assa an your inconit to your ife and >• assy not he hsrs it. provide fel lhis( the iiiiiiisasilss -rf %  pan of Ul sJaesn i -i J ihas whin you gags aarsosasay, I n la sad mail SLWSwUlaV I .„ showed 'h.-i %  "' %  nal um will put ii{ Parliament (iimrded of hvmg hv 30 a-t cent. rha illdlng %  All factories and alas trie v** discustn • port servlcei in apsi ce ^greeenrt" would be nfTeeted by the strike gua Other strikes and demonstrano sign of demoiDdration*. %  T also re-tortet! It. provno\*ernm-nt newspapers hen%  %  "• ana KuKtn i BfcBD '.1 lent r in I 'sad the Btsdr SSS* whlrh %  st normally pass. • i rsslans were reported to be prevt-i r '. to clear ths hnes — iReutr. Con federal Um Ufa A*Kiati(m. I should liks !. % provide my family wiih I Inturame ftsSStrJoB, WaW iBM h"i w


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PAKE TWO BABBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY Sr.PTFMBER M, 1950 lll-II.US MhMlAMI oi.I) U' "All MAI'S 1 %  \MiVH STAIIONHV And HARDWARE ^ezAZ6 Qaiiinq B.B.C. Radio Programme „-.•"-, D^I •" %  AaCATK 4'l.l'l* 4 I \ KM A [M.mb...onW •• THE TRAH OF THE LONESOME PINE Mafi rtcani, IptrMM r ermtuna acroaa %  Bluing Terhn ... vill. I'% tThe Garden) ST. JAMES HUMV %  ATUMM1 HMDA1 %  < \i MAIIS-.. -I p y \ \ Warner s Top Thriller! S I MBMkM| toward % %  .11 be Mr. of Ills tXCt'llMli | land Mr [aj DenijVaughan. the OovBM AJ>.< and Rev. and Mr". C A Smyvr Rev Saver i the ITincipal of Codrinjrl.m College. lumorrow At Usual T .C.A. will be operating inruugh oa as usual U morning It i* nut vet known : however whetner UM runway will be open I" UM I In i nips on the It .l.-wmg Saturday Attended Openinf Of Plaza M R. RON NIK GITTKN S. Managing Director of Cartb! bean Theatres IM1.. and Mr. I h>ancth Tucker. Partner ..r the I ami of Clarke, and Tun-* ratuiMd from Odorfltttm tiny %  llsndgd Ihd opdoiDjj Of Ule new Plaza in that colony on Ki. ... land On their way back. Mr. OlttSBUJ id Mr Tucker stayed over in rinidad on business Transferred Here A RIUVINa jsaiarilsj al from fMUaft Ouiana b> 1I.W.1.A. were Mr. and Mrs.Pada> Egan and their baby daugDtei Madeleine. Mr. Egan has been lr.iii.sfen'1] hum lit' tlcorgetown I Branch of Messrs William Fogartv Ltd., to their brand, in Barbadoi Mr Egan u a brother of Mi I Jack Egan, Director of Mcun. William Fogarty Ltd.. and wa. stationed in Uarbadm once baton %  i.a n.iii ago With Venezuelan telephones M i' "iid Un uora4 ateGibbon lilt for Vi'in/i,. i.i %  Jmoniuig by B.WJ A ,.i, [lion, wno ig ..HI, ti„I IWaphooa Company i* irom mi I U.K., and has been living In [Venezuela now lor about twi. | raan Cnr.'f purpose of linn visii v,. Ito leave Uieir eldest son In BarIbados os a pupil at the Lodge I School. Their youngST son Nells who accompanied them on tin [trip over returned with then [yesterday They were in H-.il>.. [doa for three weeks. Maying al p Ocean View II % %  John Trim'i Couain S I'CMUNO part of bii thro* months' holiday in Barttii.Lv> j %  laai iici •1 Rosa Hull Cbureh of IBobool in Brltlah Ouiana. Hi iri\\ here two weeks J mid guest of Mr Ena I j..f -ri.indvill. %  Hastings. Mr Trim is a Correspondent to I the Dally Chronicle and a cousin of Mr John Trim BrUU [Ciulanese pnee bowler POCKETCAMTOOM . OSBSBT LAMOAfTSS -All" • '". "'> MI f tt "*y duodenal locks Back From U.K. Holiday I IOSTKSS on tin Granada1 II idad it \, i \ n.ghi tion, BarbM ivggv Hiunpnray, *ho has )ust returned from two months holiday in the U K and she cerJ*IIII1> is looking very well foi Jmst holiday. At Seawell to meet Her *• her twin sutei Mi> fAlsggie Haasell and her mother W For The Race* Twi OLBEHT YVONET lefl mi.'fM. yesterday afternoon by B WIA to ride in th* Demerara Turf Club's October meeting which begins on October 7th While in Georgetown. Gilbert will be staying with Mr. Joe Femandes. Four Cups F OL'R cups have been presented to the Bay Street Boys" Club, two by the Barbados Elector* Association, one by tha Y M PC and the other by Capt. A M Jones. They will be presented for competitions in Table Teitnl Itominoes and other games and Here For The Opening :''" ** !" peted '*" tw,c ya.rM R, HORACE TEF.LUCK' .. —. .. SINGH, atanaflai of umHappy Birthday venal International Pictures id M AN ^ h "? p '! ntu r 1 ?. "^ 'iV which distributes J. % A A Gibbons. P.M.O. St. Rank Pletaras, nrnv4 Jnmes. who celebrates his blrth.cslerday from Trinidad by <">• t<-day I.WM e.i|*ciiiy f.u the opening btafF Manager Ebatl film 'Hainlei". wh.ch mR. JULES HENNEGUY. Staff logins tonight at the (ilorx1V1 Manager B W I.A in TrlnlT heiitre. Mr. Teclucksingh exdad was an arrival yesterday by i i.-ts to return to Trinidad toB W I A and Is here on a short routine visit. He is staying at the View Hotel With Steelr Bros. AND MRS JAMES McCULLOCH and their daughter Shclagh arrived from B G. yesterday afternoon by to spend a month's holiday in Barbados, staying at the Enmore Hotel. Mr. McCulloch is with Steele Bros., in B.G., who are Agent? for CDC in respect of their Timber protect in that colony. Left Yesterday ere Mr. and Mr* Hugh IJ ETUKNING to B.Q yesterday „....ii and then \wo sons. * by B.W.I. A. was Mr. Derek hcj spent most of their three Suuon ""•./l 8 bCcn spending ten lonlhK holidays on the St.*"** holiday bi Barbados J uue:. COast. sluvlng \ Tborn-lV*'** *<"* wh Diamond Plantation in B G and his last fe %  >m rron. U.Bdnorul* |i m Horn* Srmt rtum Bdliiin 1 I! pa. aporti Pl—. I SB p tn Hmi ... Hialffiitt, .• p m Tn* Nci. .M p m Ttw Dau> str.n ill . %  >stiia .t m <>v*ia; III p G ammr Pana. JS V •'• %  m i f. ronnraata -* T p m TMN Ni AMl'ih. T IS p m Mui* IS pau %  l p m UnltM K-i-m. IU-n. P r bitrrlud*. %  p m Th I*.' Conilni.*.. S U p > lntfiu). p m FNiM lh* EallUHMaU. IS OS p Tlw Ni, IS 10 p m l-.i..Ml*. i p m PvUTnry Po* 0*V 10 44 D for Hardtoonof every Description irs THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM liSNMAX Fl M>HV LIU —Prarlrt*> Cur ..I Kud jnd I'lldor Strf^U. After Six Monthi \MI< AND MI1S S T A N M" HOWARD, and their two • lufhtara, Penelope and Patricia. Mer six month.* holiday in Baridos tatumad to BAT yesterday K w t rtan n hy nw i A Stan Is with "Wales" PlantaUoo In B.C. and thiM was his n K leave Spent It In St. James ALSO returning to IK. raaille %  On Short Visit A RRIVING from St. Kitts yesbv B.W.I. A., was Ml William Walwyn accompann i I > Us wife and son Chris. ChrlS Is only her* for a couple til days, as he came up to gel An. in.in \i-.i. for he will Shortly b. leaving for the U S They will all I.,. SI.IMHK at the M nine Hotel 1 E A v i N t; rtaiamtaj Dp J 11 W I A loi Butish Gul.ii.a wun Mr. J. Arthur Roberta. 'i of the Savings Bank He expects to be ..;. hH about taw weeks, and OB in-way back will :;top over (OS | few days in Trinidad. weeks here were spent at th* St. 1-uwrence Hotel. Cousins M R. GILBERT YVONET left and her daughter Maria relumed to Venezuela yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. Maria who has been here for a month, is a cousin of Dr. VivasSalas and Mrs. Alberto Rodriguez, Uith of Venezuela Mrs. Rodriguez's husband and the Doctor are well known Polo %  II Caracas, and Dr. VivasSalas will probably captain the __ Venezuelan team which will tour Government Barbados sometime this year. They were guests at the Marine Hotel s*ri*I M sS h sss Tomorrow (Sal.l Morning S.M Msasgra—'s bnMtag Ajvaahtra! BLACK GOLD co/ 0f b y cumoior with Anlhuny OJTNN I | |ha s,fi> „{ Ma.-,, a Bo> and a Hone Rupert and the Castaway -14 't ;V4 spertal Mallnee MONDAY iBank Holiday) i P.M. Mniiocnim's Western Thriller STAMPEDE""' Sepia-Tone with K...I I'AMKKUN — Johnny M art BROWN— MLAZA Theatr* — HHMUUi IU\\ \ gfgt tn trans it H ERE for a few days before he returns to St. Lucia is Mr. Vincent Devaux, Operations Officer, B.W.I.A. in St. Lucia. Vineent is on his way back from %  visit to the US and some of Ihe other West Indian Islands. Gulf Oil Representatives M R CHARLES RICHMOND. Attorney of the Gulf Oil Corp'n.. and Mr John Allen of Gulf Oils Pittsburgh onV e arrived yesterday from the V S. via Trinidad by B W I A Tney are here for an indefinite period and are guests at the Ocean View Hotel. At Seawell to meet them was Dr W. Auer. Barbados Managei al the Gulf Oil Company. H.Q. In Guadeloupe D R AND MHS HENRY STEHLE and their son Guy arrived hcw-Mi'ufa> l>y B.W.I.A. Dr Stehle is Direrbx of Ec-onomir Rsaaarch in the F W I srttt headquarters in Guadeloupe and was formerly Director of Agriculture in Martinmue He Is also a member DC the Research Council if the Caribbean Commission and *ve Is touring the Carlbbenn. studying grasses and legumes in this area During guest a c his short stay here. 1 the Hastings Hotel e ii ROSSW ORD 1 1 1 J > [' 1 1 %  J 1 4 1 1 w r 1 ( aarass bill la Ovvili. (4) i'*,Du.ur puadlns wlin pork. I5I Would on uif IBDOS be fm)r V 111 It A Uisdy -pot .id nu. ujuium ispiorea i (Si HOW KDf onildrrn Ulk. (| t.uoked or >pollt. (7( fooa irom i.t or oosi <4| llnir cut or *n.to (71 Bitter nwsel. (4l Nichols* wss the isst l* Ban aisin rwui to prstaot anooas. IWI Beggar umt lo end wlUl i • ?;*i.a nalitem or dog*. Mi Crint dovs roc a ensoga— n • eiss. no ii it. inu tout* Dsd it i tfti A DUD nut*. (S) • W6 ?Z*. ." %  • •o'dlei puu nit. a tog tnca. .. f;onrorm. () it Airsoa* (* Oort ol Kind us*. <5i All at tee, peninps. f| BtttUi rivsr ID Belgium, tftl I >II'IIII PORTRAIT OF JENNIE' Slurring tar JOHSS .'orsph cornN SaM BAiwvuunc ROXV MlAKI-SITAHD.'S "ROMEO and JULIET' iinvMomt nn-ll RATIUUINt. .nds> >nd Monday I vd I .1 BATAAX n %  Mi lloyd NOLAN Robert TAYLOR NOT SUITABLE PX>R ttlTI m.'l.N IIOYAI To-Dey Only Al J M M G Fieaetm MAIIE ANTOINETTE" SUrrlng Koriu 8IIEAPFR Tyrone |H> kit To-Nisht Al I SS P.M MADAM O'lJNDY \NT) THOLPB IN "CARACAS NIGBT" OLYMPIC Lett Two Shew* To-Dey 4 JO %  nd I IS Republic Whnlr Mtl) Ii In OWrBaOg, WBBB >nl> mir light. Rupert ikti "lv to find hit bedekxho by Kobe, who i* in > .tit looking veiy bntk Imd out %  >" if u." So he • %  • dtisstd while Koko wasts irapaliently. A they k-jve ihei' bedroom 'hey re M by Mi. Bii "Whit sre Mo doing?" she •huperi. You ra.iaia'i mek* .uch nwue. You'll wike ih* •hole house. It", onlf hilbpa* live t It ecu thine h mi'tttt" i-.: ': Hei^i CBVPTOQUOTB-Here'. how to work It: AXVni. KAAXK !• I. O N O > >. L I. O W On, letter mply iianda tc another. In tMa example A u uart Each day the coda letter, ar. different ^^ VF NAJCTFY N T B B F K | h p y, "" : %  • DSPDJAQ OBSPF u a NFLABR UKPI — rvrctti HOI Til. ia"C!Ww/ R "•"NMHTP. OF KT A DRVa> !" %  E ** ORE 3ACR ;D BY ADVEIWITTGALA PREMIERE! TO-NITE-G LOB E-8.45 UeViag The l>islini;iiished r^lronsgM of IU% Kxcellemy The (.ovrrnor iinrl Mrv. A. I„ Suvanc> Acclaimed Film in All Motion Picture History! i .„ Academy Award zzXgurefice \ St mer \ | {aiiilet the keaity cream thai k a 'Uealmenl' ^^^^"•^ %  %  l i %  •ataaai H aaicOaai.i ~4 Maai*-.... Nprel.1 Mitl.iee Momlay iBank Holldajl J.I5 P.M. Sidney Mil IK ea Charlie CHAN In "SHADOWS over CHINATOWN" and Jimmy W AKKI.V In "RAINBOW over the ROCKIES" A Monoirun Double! I>W MONDAY and TUESDAY 5 and S 30 P.M. Another Monoinim Thrill Double? 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1950
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TAEJON FALLS TO ALLIED TROOPS
----------------------------------------------,________
Communists Flee
Tories Will
Emphasise Colonies
At Blackpool Talks
Second To Defence
And Foreign Affairs
LONDON, Sept. 28.
T;HE Conservative Party place Commonwealtl
and Empire affairs second in importance
only to defence and foreign policy. This is shown
in the agenda for their annual conference which
will open at Blackpool on October 12.
There are four motions down for discussion on defence and
foreign policythe first, an emergency motion which will
be submitted on behalf of the Executive Commuter and
will probably be the basis of Conservative policy on these
matters at the next general election.
WMI.lt I'OI II
Russia Wants
Invitation For
Red China
100 W. German
M.P's Accused
Of Bribery
__ BONN. Sept. 28
m Council of Elders of the
ei German Parliament today
acted on allegations of bribery
ajuinit about 100 members of
the Bundestag (Lower House)
The Council which regulate*
trie work of Parliament instructed
Professor Carlo Schmid. acting
President of the- Bundestag, to
write to all theme members ano
demand that they start actions for
libel against Der Spiegel a week-
ly magardne.
Der Spiegel cThe Mirror) in
a three page articlequoted from
an nlleged statement by a parlia-
mentary member of the rlghtwing
Bavarian Party that sums from
1.000 to 20.000 marks were paid
to deputies to vote for Bonn rather
than Frankfurt when Parliament
chose its temporary capita) lost
year
' Other alleged statements were
that deputies had re-eived money
in connection with legislation on
the price of petrol, and coffee
duty. Reuter
Labour Wins
Bye-election
LEICESTER. Sept. 21.
Britain's Labour Qovernment
majority was increased tonight
through a byc-eiection victory at
Leicester and the death of a Con-
servative member at Birmingham.
At the Leicester bye-election,
reused by the appointment of the
standing Labour Member to the
High Court as a Judge. Labour
eand.dute A K Undoed-Thorn Is
polled 18.75? votes against his
Conservative opponent J. A. Tay-
lor's 13.642 a reduction com-
l*red wilh the Labour's General
Election majority.
The General Election figures
were Labour 25.305, Conservatives
M.908. Liberal 4.257 and Commu-
nist 3.271. giving Labour a majori-
ty of 5.813 of the combined opposi-
tion and 10.397 over the Conser-
vatives. This time the Liberal*
supported the Conservative candi-
date.
The present majority of nine
is the highest since the February
General Election when Labour
was returned with five more seats
than the combined opposition. The
lieircalflr bye-rV-ction fa-as the
f'"ntli tinea Febmarv. All were
Labour seats
Reuter
Another motion on ( '
the name of Brigadier Ralph Ray-
ner MP calls for an immediate
Commonwealth eonfen-r., ,
view and strengthen the naval
military and air defences of IhS
Common wealth
"Continue*! I'nres."
The first motion on Common-
wealth affairson which a debate
and vote will be taker, hu. been
tabled by Mr. C. J. N. Alport
MP. It reads: "that this confer-
ence views with great alarm the
continued unrest and declining
standards of ordered admlnistra-
i in the Colonial En
urges the Conservative party to
exert every effort to restore the
confidence of Colonial people In
Britain's capacity and will to ful-
fill her imperial mission, and
declares that while welcoming
advance^ towards self-govern-
ment within the Empire, as and
when the basic requirements for
self-government are fulfilled, it is
firmly opposed to any breach of
these trusts."
Permanent Council
Othei motions call for the form-
ation of a permanent consultative
council comprising elected repre-
sentatives from the United King-
dom. Dominions and Legislative
Assemblies of the Colonies' the
revival of Empire Day celebra-
tions; effective steps to ncrsss*
knowledge among members of the
nartv on Commonwealth and
Colonial affairs; and closer unity
end Integration with the Empire
administration towards mutual
harmonious well-being in all
accepted fields.
afi i
dele-
Later in the
gates will discuss a m<
pressing concern ot t
threat to the Empire
from the spreading of C
tie views among CcsnalSl
In this country. It urges immedi-
ate action to counter Communist
piopaganda among these student.
and calls for high priority in
Colonial development plan* for
the expansion of establishments
of University status.
The importance the party place
on a dynamic policy in domestic
affairs, however, is reflected in
the number of motions on the
housing problem which have l>een
placed on the agenda There are
19 down for discussion at the third
session.
Lady Sand ford
Flies To England
NASSUA. Sept. 27.
Lady Sandford. widow of the
late Governor of the Bshemas (lew
to England by HO A C plans) this
afternoon
('.it Pre**
A MELEE lu t
Barbados A(|U
BaumMi-r <
ssaUM p waul
l WaterPolo nut eh net was* Bauunai |
r Burn idi goal ares in tt
t Club yeotcrdsy afternoon
M * lilddi-n ly ule splash b*> Just delivered ona of his hard shot* Mid goalkeeper Psrss
jf -pray is well pri>uard for the shot The ball is m mid sir.
BLUE SUN'
OR ATOM
BOMB?
Germans Ask
Sweden Prepares For
Psychological Warfare
Panic In iStorkhotm
LONDON. Scpl 26
Anxious Germans thought an
torn bomb had been dropped
i when they rose to-day
to iiiui that the sun hud turned a
bright SSUW ii.' pheno-
menon already seen in Britain and
Europe.
The} bombarded weather >la-
ions and newspaper offices with
(aimed telephone
In S Issued reassuring tfatsrnsnl (rocn
(he Swiss Meteorological UrsAltUtS
(plainiilK that Hie -blue" Sun'
hlch travelled over Switzerland'
vesterday was a -temporary'
phenomenon which has no inftu
ice whaiever on human life."
In Gibraltar to-ffay thc sun |
broke over the Rock at dawn a'
brilliant blue, suffusing the whole!
jf the straits and the North Afn-
coast beyond in a sapphire
light
Latest explanations are that the
phenomenon is caused by dust
from volcanoes and that dust
xed with water drnp-
rhnwlnsj only the
blue part to shine through.
he blue sun was first seen over
North Am. Se,,i.
I over Britain and other parts
r ggjnpa HSO days Inter
Latest reports from other iarr-
the woil''
i . ilouac and
Mi lay lhat the sun
' < i ii- | thought It
'lue to fug.
The frenk
panic in the Brnga district of
BOCtbarn Poitugal.
Canada : Canadian weather
i.i- trial they were
v.nvlnccd that the original theory
..bout the "blue** sun was light
hm smoke from the giant chain
forest in Canada was the cause,
viimark : The colour seemed
vary between a yellowish grey
azure blue In different
pgrtl of the COUItCry.Reuter.
Will Spain, Portugal
Be Militarised?
LISBON. Sept. 28.
POLITICAL observers here think that the visit to Soak
of Dr. Salazar followed by yesterday's visit to Portugal by
General Franco had primarily a military character.
They noted that the main feature of both trips w;is the
prominent place given to inspections of military installa-
tions.
' **------'--------------------------- Some observers said they
believed that the FrancoSalazar
meetii\g has some connection With
Anrf right near to the
headline -QUADS BORN
VI MlO.VffjffTWf anoiher
keasflhw sjy.ni SHORT-
AC, ( S A r HOME BY
NFXT YEAR'----------"
800,000 Wanted
In Fourteen Days
FOR BUTUN'S
LONDON Sept 28
Brigadier Keith Thorburn.
Chairman of Butlin's (Bahamas!
has not vet abandoned his
attempts to find the B0n.00n tr-
oulred to save the company from
quired l
llquldat
Ion.
At an informal meet!
Preference Shareholders i_
company hold a fortnight ago. he
said that unless thc money w
forthcoming in 14 days, the rot
pany would almost certain!\ tv,
to wind up.
To-day he told Evening M dnfri Gitv Editor Ernest Eve. "1
am stUl fighting to get the cash."
A |>etition to wind up the com-
pany has been presented in Nas-
sau, but this cannot be heard
until October 18
he recent visit of Field Mar i
Montgomery to the Pyrenees and
lth the visit of the American
urvey Mission to Lisbon to discuss
the proposed Arms Aid Programme
to Portugal.
It had been rumoured that
Lord Montgomery saw a Franco
envoy during his stay in the
Pyrenees and It was also sugge:
that American arms aid to Spain
had beam discussed at the recent
bon talk
SurvOJr mission. But It has bean
impossible to obtain official con-
firmation of either report h>
In
of all
observers believed that the purpose
of the Franco-Salazar meeting
might be to discus* defence prob-
lems of the Iberian peninsula
the contribution of Spain and
Portugal to Western European
Other observers thought that
the meeting might be
with the United Nations discussion
on Spain or with plans to admit
Spain to the Atlantic Pact.
STOCKHOLM 8pl 26
SWEDEN is to have a special department lo protect hoi
psychological warfare Minister of the Interim E
MossberR said today that hi* Ministry had been planmni
ihe department for the past two yeai
His disclosure followed the ofttl i ak f panic here yeati i
day when a radio programme on Ihc Napoleonic wan an
nounccd that the "western powers" had invaded Sweden
and would force her to chamft her policy in "this Ion)
expected clash between cast grid
' - ju Stockholm .i womai
nig and naked out of her
FLYING
WASBTVB"
new York
A translucent "tWing
wash cub", high and -nln\
OTCT the town ol '"oplar
Hlulf. MUsoun. was iWport-
ad by hundreds of people,
including policemen, pilot
and airport wornei* Thr
National Guard sent up t*o
Mustang fighters after it.
Pilot Hardwood Inman re-
ported he tlew ten miles to-
warda it without sp| i
am nenrei Id
descriptu.n ; Something
like two big wiiMs balki
tied one beneath lln nlh.-r
1 thin* 1| ** ana Mirl uf
secret npp .i atu* "
ii Bromma. a *uburl:
neighbours found a house wile
i er a kitchen luble
1'. 01 ;...
.ding the big port of
Gothenburg, the home guard threw
e*i their uniforms, kplxed their
i >,sh nd reiKirte.1 for dntv Som
lllng into Gothenburg an
Italrno turne.1 round and head*
out to sea again Everywher
lelephonea^Were Jammed as thou-
uwidi "f anxlssii psopla rallj
newspaper' to ask for furthe
.1 hag threalennl to su-
ll.e hroadcustlng t' imagai ne.-Htie his wife who
.....islv ill
CANT BE
"FIRED"
GEN One ,.f tUift biggesl incustnal
ant! the Ansaldo Steelworkt
a^i '"lo today with more than
^3U,0O0 workers lolling in work
shops and all representative! o
' .,i.. ..:
Thc management has ported b
lioa thai tiie Works would !-
lain closed until 1,015 workers
id off yesierday, scospli
lavtisnl
Today leaders of both the
Democrat and Cc
mnist-U>d Trade Unions en-
uiraged the whole inaiipowi'
re* nr thc planl lo come to wort
i-.spite the closure order.
Renter.
Bui Company Oirci
Malmoe kepi his bend ll<, lelaSJ
' .- telephone and rang hi* Jroror
let hundred kilos ol
cgar Thr i luOsr i f the pro>
i.iammo. DoetOf Wilhelm Tliam
rr sorry for all |ha upset
liil n iiinkcH one won-
[tar If we .hi p->>' liolngic.iir, (in'
I in d fOI war" -ReHter.
Prime Minister Menziti
Challenges Opposition
CANKKKHA Sept 2*
Prime Mtnu>Ui ItoUiil it'-n/i'
Cr* munist Pail I),
r'.iil in the House of Rep-
ntstives to-day and challenge*
Labour Opposition to fonje an
lion on the Issue.
n unm menace i- now
than it k five months ago
hen man from Aus
Union "Sells"
80,000
Strikers
TO FINANCE STRIKB
HKLSTNKI. Sept 28
I Woi Ri '
lodsy btrihfl tiling" -tnkeis ll
i to help i.
Ii .. rot wags
i enl
Tl S Ota] a llmnr-
il H".UIH) sink. |
. |
cash for
. v man tin-, i
'-*< pa>
I sSO n,ark' ps wsek
their wages, as long < the
IrlM is*' 8a tar n numlier ol
mull Hi r iccepii
nlon's offei Reater
.. ADOW* Sswl M
Esaeurrl I eonve.tec
-, to oagwklsi whsthai
. .
\\> particlp
Ihtll ihaiges ol I
t f>
were
^ s \ i.- motion that an fen-
'' m\ itation fM' extend-
i rwprssBBtstlvg ' Mm
'
An Kcuadorian proposal
Si r ^in.snu-ratioti tt the
aJltln 1*01 H SSU i-e-ue. m-
liKling the invitation, unli.
.'!< rSenereJ nsagiiiijj nnsaa<
i i seellni wife ins lot ie
rortipluinl legsrdinK alleget
China.
Phi Sovist delegste mulntainee
\m rderatloi
i it^ .oiiipiau't of aHeged Amert<
in \ggresnH.n In China hSI
U do with the Haw* he
ran ths Csunsll
He said that the Setnniy Csun
i ^ is Bbliajsd to oaassei aj
ntsn irional disputes which n,
Brahj n threaten inlenmtmnal
peace and sacurttl
lln I' .le.1 Stales poluv U)
i 1*1 a gaj iKely to di
lust that, Malik said. ItillllSSS
niiely ihh'ii aststaUatrad
i psrl "t chtoi
Catoo decUa
I'ht 'tilling uf ths Amsrlsss
leal i Porn "-.i \i i
..: .. n"
i i aid the Urati 4
* 'I. *ers i.....thee powej t.' sand
tl wstsn betwi < n Um
lllandl and the United
Ko-I It.lllrr
1ST. W. INDIAN
IN KOREAN WAR?
PORT >F 8P \IK
PETER HAMKKKSOdN.
son oi Ci......* and Mi* J n
Ramkeesooti is the ftrel
Trlnidadlan ii have tin* >ii
wnaSkan al udtmg pint m
the K....... w ii ivii-i i.
In ths HAT and is station-
ed at ChsedlS, StHfTnrt>iiiM
where he is being I rained an
a wlrflesc. oparator Hs hSI
.
the Far Knit at the end ol
this month
Northwards
SNIPING CONTINUES
IN SEOUL
TOKYO, Sept. 28.
A MERICAN TROOPS today oiok into Taejon.
one of the last big Communist stroagMldB
in South Korea after a fierce 24 hour battle.
Wliile United Nations spearheads throat north
wards from Seoul to within 12 miles of the 38th
parallel, the dividing line between North and
South Korea, Communists in the extreme south
were reported to be preparing a desperate attack
to break out of General Mac Arthur's "cage" to
escape to the north.
Do Not SvmF
U.N. i'orc<>s VorfA
Of 36th Parallel
SAYS INDIA
1.0NIXIN. Srjil 28
rhc Ind .
tritain and the Uri Is I 81 IS
ould not sunporl Ihs
,.,i United Nation
i ths .tilth peraUsI in Kores, >i >
'Odarstood la dtpiomata
Oovsrnmsnl M
iniientoo-1 bS BBSS
i ihs Hi lUsh delog
t iflh mi Brlhsh and Amei" u
latenwnti Iroin Msa Vor* reeeni
bavs sfnphai I
.......s Ihs Mil......alls
.mii'i ! sassnHalb siililsrj
or Bseurltj Coura il d
Irsadj on record aulhorl a i Ion
ml Douglas MscArthui
ail] in Bsuth Kors i II
(Reslft- >
French Will Form
"Homo Guurtlri"
I'ARIS. Snl- M.
The French Council <>t Htnlsten
hvda> derided to form urban and
me guard*" and mobile
remroTCeinsutl fOI dshwies aganut
! fih Colmnniaia
Albert Oausr, Mlnisloi ol In-
mall i urid rspi i toi thai the
,.
i inicathpna and supply Hi*es to
rand Ina Mfurftry Bgsinst exler-
i I anemias, in oppose any attempt
and lo ati ura in)......i

The homs dSfSsMS MrVSN In i-e
known as "Dsfsncs of the Surface
irj would be both eml
'ill 0V nnlilary lonhol .molding
li i inunwtsnces t;.i/u i ,u)ki
"i -.ii Rttivi [of as would be
%i itionert at frontier*, horn, de-
rsnes woidd he entiusted to
i Bsalsr.
"ConHtrllationg"
Profcrrrd For Speed
NEW YOHK Sept 2H
BntlaB i

aft
lead of York an
Murder 35,000
G.I.'s Ordered
CLAIMS RED MINISTER
LONDON. Kept S"
Kim Ho Suk loinin South
HlnbNei ot thi
i.i. in .i North Korean
tali menl inal Amsrn ....
utsWsd in govsmmsnl lo i......1st
:i....... peopls sad ds Iroj ia,OO0
I the IS44 uprising on
lull, Island oft BOUta Keren.
d according to Taaa the
arton re
sWad in London, lhai Join, j
Miiriio, Ameriean Amhasssdor to
gathci with OsnersJ Wil-
,:am Etoborta I SSd "I iii" niihl.ii .
i Ivj-.oi Kinop told him the
'shanty must bs sesiraysd and
wie must not hesitate ul '

ith Korean Oovsrnmsnl
ah iibn k.-d Mi-ennting to Kim
.. Buk to i*ive I'u-t pi
.....tl H'tnill of Hll l
They are moving north-west-
wards apparently in ,.n attempt to
United Nations Uae t
its weakest point They sre leaving
rearguards to cover t1
Srawal
taken i.
\ aai ood DlvSaton
> the ImefSass
OUWt
info rssjpn leintf Wtltttxi
. CBftSSBUw-
dear i, nil Cmlrd .Velio-n
i fhe BOWtfl This Di-
Dre the oriKii
1st seawall m rr,
few hfeel ol '''. Con
Isaaaalni
The Aimi k ii
DghUng In the southern suburbs
1



west
'I i.' load lo
. t them threw off


hi'ii unll
IviUs
lulling out of
rssfoti and ths southwsst nus<
It as held bj Ihs eJnsri-
an fii i Cnvalrj H
lorged i ns snn sf UM
'inkinit ihs fsnutherD bonl ^ ll
leoul i Boul

tn*ngthMi *h hours.
Rlemrnl
i 'ioiate
oh up Thai .....we
tag) ., to have broken
Inwn. and It is believed tlmt then
-r......reavers have ns idea where
re Ol what they are
i iiik ,ii lordiiiK lo an American
-. lll.OI

inf.inio Division baa run Into
i
I to Uoth
Tenih i 'orps Comnui
I^rKC group o North KorSai
nsmng out of ihs to the north.
American marines are ataylni
, nil .n . "I indr and *e*k
Ith anineis lurking m Seoul lo-
rding to de*v,'*h from
,i i arts*' Keui"
'.roope.
Fliioie-thiowinK link" rllmln-
a) i n race S
Trade Agn'euieiil
Uriugh "Mirurles"
TOKWL'AV. DEVON, Sept. 28.
Wlllani Thorp. United States'
sc, re* rj Of I
Affairs, sum hers todaj lhat gen-
ii agreement on tariffs and
trade iGATTi we .i nemenoou-
tonal re^
He was speaking an the
Lead of m. n navi lelegati
at the opening session of the thirj
'
being conducted here under
agreemen'
In Geneva lu 1M7.
Thor|i m general
agreement had first bst
I
trade bsrrk W have
happened in iSLOnstfl* '
leader of the feruvi
spoils for

,re Western Oerman>


the 32 present members needed to
r.iake then psrtlSI to 'he general
sgreement.
Reuter
nnhtin. .,..1 Km, m IhiDOHCSIA JOINS U.N.
trusd by Communists should
to leave the KI.WSHLV. MKADOWS
p free to do Seui J!i
a wai admlth I
if the bill United Nation* by .be nin.ii .
in its lack of .i .1 i Ian! ral A- snM
iQadS* (Keuler)
we bp so
his work
I all it ei
Sealei
1'-" 'he Nat-sHii-Santlago ntage of
i U iiud-Atlaiiin
i run ii.ii.iv
he < i marking the last step
In IIOA.I aircraft, modernlKa-
I lion programme, the change to
bSSln i-i Snnday would reduce
mm Umdon lo
i Santiago via South Amni-'
.St by aaven hmir the
I
Cons tells t long previously cover-
ed only the tendon-Nassau portion
of the mule with passenger
chanslng lo Yorks at Nassau fol
the lialnnee f the trip to Santlntin
assse.
Austrian Workers Threaten
Power Cut In U.S. Zone
VIENNA. Bep< IS Strike, were going on in four a failure. But the CommnnM
Workers ..t ihe headiuarterh ol >* factories In C.rus In the Brn- t-olkrii-c elslmsd I 'aieat vk-
the imwer nelv-ork In the ftfSert- ,'1 *"" b"' "" 'hreatened t.*v" wltn i "masi of driV
can Zone towi of Cmuden which strikes in Ihe centre ot the city demonstration* throughout all
supplies ti-.. ipptr An.- saS not et ix-avn Austria.
tria said in-" that thev woul'1 '*''
begin turning ..IT p..wer at mi,.
ran " "i* ifrm.t, i ...it.oiied di-
tendsd t. A Imu uf Vienna thli morning irfaHs over ths Danube i
strike a* a protest against th. *,'ed tnai tion here (,n tramline i' 'he r-
If you have given
'* Hostages to Fortune
Protect them from
misfortune
"(Jl thai hsih wife
" fonune" is * inw tod*v
wrote it. Thai i* why
Of tils Inwirsme. M pr.ivitir hM
l*,onc ell wpj^ntinn-
If you would lik.- re assa an
your inconit to your ife and >
assy not he hsrs it. provide fel
lhis heir Ijm
MSM
hllonin
>( the iiiiiiisasilss -rf pan of
Ul sJaesn i -i j ihas whin you
gags aarsosasay, I n la sad mail
SLWSwUlaV I
. showed 'h.-i

"'nal
um will put ii{ Parliament (iimrded
of hvmg hv 30 a-t cent. rha illdlng
'
All factories and alas trie v** discustn
port servlcei in apsi ce ^greeenrt"
would be nfTeeted by the strike gua
Other strikes and demonstra- no sign of demoiDdration*.
t also re-tortet! It. prov- no\*ernm-nt newspapers hen-

" ana KuKtn i
BfcBD '.1.....
lent r in I 'sad the Btsdr
SSS* whlrh
st normally pass.
i ,
rsslans were reported to
be prevt-i r'. to clear
ths hnes
iReutr. .
Con federal Um Ufa A*Kiati(m.
I should liks !.? provide my family wiih I
Inturame ftsSStrJoB, WaW i- BM h"i w (gSBSBBI hirihtlsy).
N-sss........................
AdJren
of Life
o .b. if My sue i
-Confederation Life
Association
friM.vK h. Aftsswrnairfi ltd.
ANDREW D. SHEPPARD
Representative


PAKE TWO
BABBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY Sr.PTFMBER M, 1950
lll-II.US MhMlAMI
oi.I) U'
"All MAI'S
1
.....\MiVH STAIIONHV
And HARDWARE

^ezAZ6 Qaiiinq
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
-."-, d^i "
AaCATK 4'l.l'l* 4 I \ KM A [M.mb...onW

THE TRAH OF THE LONESOME PINE
Mafi rtcani, IptrMM
r ermtuna acroaa Bluing Terhn
... vill. I'% tThe Garden) ST. JAMES
HUMV ATUMM1 HMDA1 ' < \i maiis-.. -i p y \
\ Warner s Top Thriller! S
I MBMkM| toward J BOl.'.ltr ROBINSON BACALL
X__________"KEY LA HOP"__________
| MOAl A, TVeSIMY B 3D P M MATIXIX MONDAY P M
rt"n"' HI* Outdoor HnlrriB, llHmblr* with Musi--
J, "LAND BIV ON 11 Thi- LAW ..nrt ( Hr.KOKI-K STRIP
NUrrint: IMtk FOR AN and Mhr*
.' ""V" ";' *;' T* "-* *'*' *-*;*, '''''-'''''''-''''s?*?'-' *.*.*.*-* *
TO-DAY 2.30 & 8.30 p.m.
-iiwl ( .inlinuinc Uallj 5 and H.3" p m.
it movie A/rlA5?*
ever made!
Z*s heartwarming
Mark Hilling i slo
set to six firamt and
glorious AM03 '

8lNC?
^Kl&
Extra Bpecial.
The Short:
CAMPUS MERMAIDS
And LatOSt
Warner Fathe New-
* "*
'#
HIS F.xirlUv i | the
111 atteim

Also ii> .11 be Mr.
of Ills tXCt'llMli |
land Mr [aj Deni-
jVaughan. the OovBM AJ>.<
and Rev. and Mr". C A Smyvr
Rev Saver i the ITincipal of
Codrinjrl.m College.
lumorrow At Usual
T.C.A. will be operating inruugh
oa as usual U
morning It i* nut vet known
: however whetner Um runway will
be open I" UM I In i nips on the
It .l.-wmg Saturday
Attended Openinf Of Plaza
MR. RON NIK GITTKN S.
Managing Director of Cartb-
! bean Theatres IM1.. and Mr.
I h>ancth Tucker. Partner ..r the
I ami of Clarke, and Tun-*
ratuiMd from Odorfltttm
tiny llsndgd Ihd opdoiDjj Of Ule
new Plaza in that colony on
Ki. ... land
On their way back. Mr. OlttSBUJ
id Mr Tucker stayed over in
rinidad on business
Transferred Here
ARIUVINa jsaiarilsj al
from fMUaft Ouiana b>
1I.W.1.A. were Mr. and Mrs.Pada>
Egan and their baby daugDtei
Madeleine. Mr. Egan has been
lr.iii.sfen'1] hum lit' tlcorgetown
I Branch of Messrs William Fogartv
Ltd., to their brand, in Barbadoi
Mr Egan u a brother of Mi
I Jack Egan, Director of Mcun.
William Fogarty Ltd.. and wa-
. stationed in Uarbadm once baton
i.a n.iii ago
With Venezuelan
telephones
Mi' "iid Un uora4 ateGibbon
lilt for Vi'in/i,. i.i
Jmoniuig by B.WJ A ,.i,
[lion, wno ig ..hi, ti- -
I IWaphooa Company i* irom mi
I U.K., and has been living In
[Venezuela now lor about twi.
| raan
Cnr.'f purpose of linn visii v,.
Ito leave Uieir eldest son In Bar-
Ibados os a pupil at the Lodge
I School. Their youngST son Nells
who accompanied them on tin
[trip over returned with then
[yesterday They were in H-.il>..
[doa for three weeks. Maying al
p Ocean View II
John Trim'i Couain
SI'Cmuno part of bii thro*
months' holiday in Barttii.Lv>
j
laai iici
1 Rosa Hull Cbureh of
IBobool in Brltlah Ouiana. Hi
iri\\ here two weeks j mid
guest of Mr Ena I
j..f -ri.indvill. Hastings.
Mr Trim is a Correspondent to
I the Dally Chronicle and a cousin
of Mr John Trim BrUU
[Ciulanese pnee bowler
POCKETCAMTOOM
. OSBSBT LAMOAfTSS
-All" '". "'>
' mi f tt "*y duodenal locks
Back From U.K. Holiday
Iiostkss on tin Granada-
1 ii idad it \, i \ n.ghi
tion, Barb-
m ivggv Hiunpnray, *ho has
)ust returned from two months
holiday in the U K and she cer-
j*iiii1> is looking very well foi
Jmst holiday. At Seawell to meet
Her * her twin sutei Mi>
fAlsggie Haasell and her mother
W For The Race*
Twi OLBEHT YVONET lefl
mi.'fM. yesterday afternoon by
B WIA to ride in th* Deme-
rara Turf Club's October meet-
ing which begins on October 7th
While in Georgetown. Gilbert
will be staying with Mr. Joe
Femandes.
Four Cups
FOL'R cups have been present-
ed to the Bay Street Boys"
Club, two by the Barbados Elec-
tor* Association, one by tha
Y M PC and the other by
Capt. A M Jones.
They will be presented for
competitions in Table Teitnl
Itominoes and other games and
Here For The Opening :''" ** peted '*" tw,c ya.r-
MR, HORACE TEF.LUCK- .. . .. ,
Singh, atanaflai of um- Happy Birthday
venal International Pictures id MAN^ h"?p'! ntur1?. "^ 'iV
which distributes J. *?* A A Gibbons. P.M.O. St.
Rank Pletaras, nrnv4 Jnmes. who celebrates his blrth-
.cslerday from Trinidad by <"> t<-day
I.WM e.i|*ciiiy f.u the opening btafF Manager
Ebatl film 'Hainlei". wh.ch mR. JULES HENNEGUY. Staff
logins tonight at the (ilorx- 1V1 Manager B W I.A in Trlnl-
T heiitre. Mr. Teclucksingh ex- dad was an arrival yesterday by
i i.-ts to return to Trinidad to- B W I A and Is here on a short
routine visit. He is staying at the
View Hotel
With Steelr Bros.
AND MRS JAMES
McCULLOCH and their
daughter Shclagh arrived from
B G. yesterday afternoon by
to spend a month's
holiday in Barbados, staying at the
Enmore Hotel.
Mr. McCulloch is with Steele
Bros., in B.G., who are Agent?
for CDC in respect of their
Timber protect in that colony.
Left Yesterday
ere Mr. and Mr* Hugh IJ ETUKNING to B.Q yesterday
....ii and then \wo sons. * by B.W.I. A. was Mr. Derek
hcj spent most of their three Suuon- ""./l8* bCcn spending ten
lonlhK holidays on the St.*"** holiday bi Barbados
J uue:. COast. sluvlng \ Tborn-lV*'** *<"* wh Diamond Plan-
tation in B G and his last fe
>m rron. U.- Bdnorul*
|i m Horn* Srmt rtum Bdliiin 1 I!
pa. aporti Pl. I SB p tn Hmi
... Hialffiitt, . p m Tn* Nci. .M
p m Ttw Dau> str.n ill .
>stiia .t m <>v*ia; III p
Gammr Pana. JS V '
m i f. ronnraata
-* T p m TMN
Ni AMl'ih. T IS p m Mui*
. IS p- au
l p m UnltM K-i-m. IU-n.
P r bitrrlud*. p m Th I*.'
Conilni.*.. S U p > lntfiu).
p m FNiM lh* EallUHMaU. IS OS p
Tlw Ni, IS 10 p m l-.i..Ml*. i
p m PvUTnry Po* 0*V 10 44 d
for Hardtoon- of every Description
irs
THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
liSNMAX Fl M>HV LIU Prarlrt*>
Cur ..I Kud jnd I'lldor Strf^U.
After Six Monthi
\MI< AND MI1S S T
A N
M"
HOWARD, and their two
lufhtara, Penelope and Patricia.
. Mer six month.* holiday in Bar-
idos tatumad to BAT yesterday K w t *
rtan.....n hy nw i a
Stan Is with "Wales" Planta-
Uoo In B.C. and thiM was his
' nK leave
Spent It In St. James
ALSO returning to IK. raa-
ille '
On Short Visit
ARRIVING from St. Kitts yes-
bv B.W.I. A., was
Ml William Walwyn accompan-
n i I > Us wife and son Chris.
ChrlS Is only her* for a couple
til days, as he came up to gel
An. in.in \i-.i. for he will
Shortly b. leaving for the U S
They will all I.,. sI.imhk at the
M nine Hotel
1e a v i n t; rtaiamtaj Dp
J 11 W I A loi Butish Gul-
.ii.a wun Mr. J. Arthur Roberta.
'i of the
Savings Bank He expects to be
..;. hH about taw weeks, and
OB in-- way back will :;top over
(OS | few days in Trinidad.
weeks here were spent at th* St.
1-uwrence Hotel.
Cousins
MR. GILBERT YVONET left
and her daughter Maria re-
lumed to Venezuela yesterday
morning by B.W.I.A.
Maria who has been here for a
month, is a cousin of Dr. Vivas-
Salas and Mrs. Alberto Rodriguez,
Uith of Venezuela
Mrs. Rodriguez's husband and
the Doctor are well known Polo
ii Caracas, and Dr. Vivas-
Salas will probably captain the
__ Venezuelan team which will tour
Government Barbados sometime this year.
They were guests at the Marine
Hotel
s*ri*I MsShsss Tomorrow (Sal.l Morning S.M
Msasgra's bnMtag Ajvaahtra!
" BLACK GOLD co/0f by cumoior
with Anlhuny OJTNN
I | |ha s,fi> { Ma.-,, a Bo> and a Hone
Rupert and the Castaway -14
't ;V4
spertal Mallnee MONDAY iBank Holiday) i P.M.
Mniiocnim's Western Thriller !
STAMPEDE""' Sepia-Tone with
K...I I'AMKKUN Johnny Mart BROWN
MLAZA Theatr*
HHMUUi IU\\ \ gfgt
tn trans it
HERE for a few days before he
returns to St. Lucia is Mr.
Vincent Devaux, Operations
Officer, B.W.I.A. in St. Lucia.
Vineent is on his way back from
visit to the US and some of
Ihe other West Indian Islands.
Gulf Oil Representatives
MR CHARLES RICHMOND.
Attorney of the Gulf Oil
Corp'n.. and Mr John Allen of
Gulf Oils Pittsburgh onVe arrived
yesterday from the V S. via Trini-
dad by B W I A Tney are here
for an indefinite period and are
guests at the Ocean View Hotel.
At Seawell to meet them was
Dr W. Auer. Barbados Managei
al the Gulf Oil Company.
H.Q. In Guadeloupe
DR AND MHS HENRY
STEHLE and their son Guy
arrived hc- w-Mi'ufa> l>y B.W.I.A.
Dr Stehle is Direrbx of Ec-onomir
Rsaaarch in the F W I srttt
headquarters in Guadeloupe and
was formerly Director of Agricul-
ture in Martinmue He Is also a
member DC the Research Council
if the Caribbean Commission and
*ve Is touring the Carlbbenn.
studying grasses and legumes in
this area
During guest a c his short stay here. 1 the Hastings Hotel e ii
ROSSW ORD
1 1 1 J > [' 1
1

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1 4 1
1 w r
1 (,


aarass
bill la Ovvili. (4)
i'*,Du.ur puadlns wlin pork. i5i
Would on uif ibdos be fm)r V
111 It A Uisdy -pot .id
nu. ujuium ispiorea i (Si
HOW KDf onildrrn Ulk. (|
t.uoked or >pollt. (7(
fooa irom i.t or oosi <4|
llnir cut or *n.to (71
Bitter nwsel. (4l
Nichols* wss the isst l*
Ban
aisin rwui to prstaot anooas. iwi
. Beggar umt lo end wlUl i
?;*i.a nalitem or dog*. Mi
Crint dovs roc a ensoga n
eiss. no
ii it. inu tout* Dsd it i tfti
. A dud nut*. (S)
W6?Z*. ." o'dlei puu nit.
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tog tnca. ..
f;onrorm. () it Airsoa* (*
. Oort ol Kind us*. <5i
. All at tee, peninps. f|
. BtttUi rivsr id Belgium, tftl
I >II'IIII
PORTRAIT OF
JENNIE'
Slurring
tar johss .'orsph cornN
SaM BAiwvuunc
ROXV
MlAKI-SITAHD.'S
"ROMEO and JULIET'
iinvMomt
nn-ll RATIUUINt.
.nds> >nd Monday I vd I .1
BATAAX
n
Mi lloyd NOLAN
Robert TAYLOR
NOT SUITABLE PX>R ttlTI m.'l.N
IIOYAI
To-Dey Only Al J M
M G Fieaetm
MAIIE ANTOINETTE"
SUrrlng
Koriu 8IIEAPFR Tyrone |H> kit
To-Nisht Al I SS P.M
MADAM O'lJNDY \NT) THOLPB
IN
"CARACAS NIGBT"
OLYMPIC
Lett Two Shew* To-Dey 4 JO
nd I IS
Republic Whnlr -THE MASKED
MARVEL"
LouMe CURRII.
Johlmy ARTIHTI R.-l BAfo
<.....sssssssasssassatssssassssssssaostassssSj
To*DaytoSun.5&8.30p.m.
Oa'aBatfl'Ofc ii li
I OJoel; 12. Cue: is. Tooc'iidse. lo
i. awesnue: a r*n| A. IHxu
4 BpSMd
^sru
SuiHe
bil-.K
> Mtl) Ii In OWrBaOg, WBBB
>nl> mir light. Rupert ikti
"lv to find hit bedekxho
" by Kobe, who i*
in > .tit looking veiy bntk
Imd out ->" if u." So he
dtisstd while Koko wasts ira-
paliently. A they k-jve ihei' bed-
room 'hey re m by Mi. Bii
"Whit sre Mo doing?" she
huperi. You ra.iaia'i mek*
.uch nwue. You'll wike ih*
hole house. It", onlf hilbpa*
live t It ecu thine h mi'tttt"
i-.: ': Hei^i
CBVPTOQUOTB-Here'. how to work It:
AXVni. KAAXK
! I. O N O > >. L I. O W
On, letter mply iianda tc another. In tMa example A u uart
Each day the coda letter, ar. different ^^
VF NAJCTFY N T B B F K | h p y,
"": DSPDJAQ obspf u a
nflabr ukpi rvrctti
HOI Til. ia"C!Ww/R ""NMHTP. OF KT A
DRVa>. E **ORE 3ACR';D BY ADVEIWITT-
GALA PREMIERE!
TO-NITE-G LOB E-8.45
UeViag The l>islini;iiished r^lronsgM of IU% Kxcellemy The (.ovrrnor
iinrl Mrv. A. I Suvanc>
Acclaimed Film in All Motion Picture History! i .
Academy
Award
zzXgurefice \ St mer
\ | {aiiilet
the keaity cream
thai k a 'Uealmenl'
^^^^"^'l i ataaai h aaicOaai.i ~4Maai*-....
Nprel.1 Mitl.iee Momlay iBank Holldajl J.I5 P.M.
Sidney Mil IK ea Charlie CHAN In
"SHADOWS over CHINATOWN" and
Jimmy W AKKI.V In "RAINBOW over the ROCKIES"
A Monoirun Double!
I>W
MONDAY and TUESDAY 5 and S 30 P.M.
Another Monoinim Thrill Double?
"MAN WITH TWO I.IVKS and "BLACK GOLD'
with Color by Clnecolor
Kdward NORRIS Mario with
YEREleanor LAWSON Anthony Ql INN
PLAZA Theatre
O I I I X
aaaeb Ike ekss kwaaedieieJy
I.i
mmfUmt sW jutmmm tike
ekss. pewewsta uW aaaiy Wok
"' .-AKl SPIARI
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES
PRICES : -
HIT 24c, HOI i 4Kc. BAM ONY B0c. BOX T2c.
Ki.is '/. price in House tint) Balcony
olsw.ua gsaatagjgg. gaajgy
i gens a swrieea 'bmii'
<*uab Vaaaa ikeaassl m B *M tasewaee
irast it ae laey de aw etaee hisaty
teiess So ni-cicelly reelhsg el all
raioiu, m good foe I Ha I if little
lil-im.h'e, i.-. t giiaey. UaaetuM
Baa*' > .l-l be ...u ail ehoiae.
HAZE LINE SNOW
S A B
UBRODCHS VELLCOUE A CO. PEODUCT
Special Kiddies l.:i0 p.m. Matinee* from lh Oclnber. 19511
Kid* 18c. any par! of the theatre
iimiiniiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiim
STOCK-TAKING
We hull be CLOSED for STOCK-TAKING
TohUt
Our Office will be OPEN to Buiineti aa uaual
All Departmenti will Re-Open To-Morrow,
Saturday, 30th.
-*?'....................a
MMaaaaaaaM
MURRAY'S
MILK
STOUT
SUSTAINS
AND
REFRESHES
?aaaaesaasK
THE IIMIIIAIMIS i O-OI'I ISA I l\ I
I O IKI\ I \< TOIIV LTD.
Demand
Ml IIHAVS
.Milk Stoul
From youT
GROCER
MWMM. A CSX, I I AU. ..-.


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER M, 1
BARBADOS ADVOCATF
PAGE THREE
New Lake Flows
In The Desert
Land cornea lo lifeand a runh Iwginx
SYDNEY.
FOR the first time since the earliest settlers landed in
inland sea of lifcgiving water is flowing in the dead heari
of Australia. It covers more than 5.000 square miles which
used to be a sun-scorched emptiness.
When first the news was passed around that "Lake
Eyre's full", men did not believe it. They went to see for
themselvesand found ten-foot waves beating on the 3hore
as the blistering west wind blew.
[ CD.C. Expand
Rice Industry
BRIGADIER MOUNT
c.uptured Nmarfy
1,000 Anintah
"( niiiiiitiiii-l" I-
onl Of UniM
RECORD FOR B.G. Tnmdad Magistrate Thinks
Ifcga knew Thai there nad been
wafer :n Lab lyra before M
ytats age. But then u was
mere puddle which the un dried
up within days.
N< thing llvad in the baked sana
of the giant basin ftgcripl ants,
and abrtveUed *ait bush Oeolu-
l.i-l believe that million
ago seas coveted this desolation.
then flowed back leaning ' Chain
uf rivers arid lakes urwi fertile
land.
Shunned Area
Glum kaiu-iiions. wombats, "nl
massive emus lived there until thv
sun sucked the water awa\
NahnuluHs nave dug uj, thaii
bone* from beneath the sally
Even the Aborigines shunned
the empty lake's parched silence
Explorer John Eyre--who gave it
his namecalled 11 A blot on the
face of nature, the sort of place
one sees in u bad dream.
White men explored the shore*
They drilled artesian wells, made
nastures. brought Hocks to graze
in and thirst conquered them.
Within a few years there was
abr one sheep -tation left goon,
even that had gone
Since then, many have come
hopefully with the rains, arid gone
despairingly with the droughts.
Then, after weeks of rain )at'
winter. Elliott Prlee, who owns.
Mil mo r inn sheep station In'
Northern South Australia, flew '
out to drop poison bait for din-
goes on his LSM-iquBM-mll-'!
holding.
Ill HAM Watcru
When he looked down, he
foaming water moving across the
crazy paving of sun scorched
wastes Into the lake bed, 39ft.
below sea level, it swirled round
islands. Already the basin was
tilling.
The Dlamnntina, Warbuno:;
and Cooper rivers, which normally
peter out in desert ground, hau

fWe,i luiuur man any Dotty re-
membered. Price was right
Fin tin- first time in at least 200
years Lake Eyre was full Two
more farmers went to see for
themselvesand entered the lake
in an outboard motor boat down
n creek that hardlv ever hcl water.
Shrubs are green wbafi
was only saltbush. Farmers have
driven their flocks out. Now sheep
and cattle grow fat on the
pastures.
Geologists wonder what v
happen to the water.
London Express Service
nl, Sena*

,v tenting on (he
king "some
. the further det
of the i.
Guiana, tcld press Conference
that "what is under consider-
ation is ex**s.*lonany rumours
that thr obiect would be for one
organisation to gain complete con-
trol t>r Hit industrj an complete.
\y false, and the persistence it,
i lid dg more kg dam-'
fige future prospects than any-
thing else What is Mass)
grow more pedi. mill i
and sell more rW IBd sell to
i the in-
mi hum .
after tin Brigadier
as. unt 'ft l.v plane '<>r Trinidad '
Durtnj .....: itu
Mngadier Mount
I i ii the poMtbtlltj
< I
i Usa devvlogant nl
i .,.
[] win:.
.
M have been of a prelim-
inary and exploratory nniure It
is much loo early to say whether
a scheme culd be worked out
whuii would be acceptable and
bencririal both to the Colony and
to the Corporation.
Mr aMOgfcf point dealt with
rumours that it is being planmo
for the CDC to lake over the me
industry "Very careful investi-
gations by both sides would be
aecs Mury, hi daclarad "Suck In*
Its. by thcir_very nature.
must lake some lime to mature
J.M. Campbell Will
Represent B.W.I.
Sugar Association
lorrtipondrnn
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
The British West Indian Sugar
Association will be represented by
Mr. J M Campbell, Vice-Chair-
man of the West India Committee.
at the meeting between the
United Kingdom authority inO
Colonial sugar interests, which is
due to meet this week in London
for private discussions arising from
the draft agreement prepared at
the July meetings of the Inter-
national Sugar Council.
It was pointed out in Trinidaa
that the discussions will be on
purely domestic matters to be
between the United
Kingdom and her Colonies.
When the last British Wes".
Indies sugar delegation visited
the United Kingdom, the Honour-
able H. A. Cuke, one of the mem-
bers of the delegation represented
the B.W.I. Sugar Association, and
hod Mr. Campbell as his allerna-
The delegates will be return-
ing to the West Indies via Fiji
and Hawaii, where they will look
over the sugar plantations of
those Islands.____________________
The Weather
mint
Sun Rise*: 5 49 am
Sun SU: 5.52 pa*.
Moon Ootobar 4
Uahlln, CM pm.
Illrt H.U-r: 5.07 am.. 4.11
p.m.
YESTKKDAY
Rainfall 1 odrin (..: Nil
Total for month lo saatar-
day: 7.84 in*.
Temperature (Max. Sf.o* F.
Temperature (Mat.) 72.3* F
Hind IHreetton 19 a.m I
E.S.E.. (J pan. I. br 8.
Wind Velneltr 5 mltr* per
sremetar (9 ami 29.941.
(3 p.m.l 29.885
Opinions Differ On
Adult Suffrage
In.". OB* H-n t l.f.e.|...J.i
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Opinion in Trinidad is divide*-
as to whether the peophs of the
Colony have reached the stage to
make intelligent use of the
privileges of adult suffrage Main
iwrsons are in agreement with ;>
recent statement made by the1
Barbadian editor and politicia*-1
Mr. Dan Blacken, who remarked,
that the Colony was not ripe for
this important step. Others feel.
that, viewing the results of the
list Qajtatral Elections, the people
acquitted themselves fairly well,
considering the large number of
...tulid.iU-. tran whom they hn<
t i choose their represented I
Some circles found that the elec-
torate had done a good job. One
or two others Celt that thete were
enough sane and sober person;
elected to the Legislating who
.Id be able try's affairs. Still another section
felt that the results of this ascUoc
would be not so much a test of
the intellect, but one of character
of those selected to represent the
people.
American Ordained
Anglican Priest
In B.G.
en Car respond* m i
GEORGETOWN
At an impressive three-hour
vice at St. George's Cathedral or.
Sunday morning Rev Glen H
Walker of the USA. was ordain-
ed priest of tlie Anglican.Chuii-li
by ills (.nice the Archbishop ol
the West Indie- At the same
nervice Mr. E. O. Fonteca. a Cus-
toms Officer was ordained a
Deacon.
Kev Walker was ordained
Deacon last April in Luuii
USA., and came to British Oul-
ana in May to take up an appoint-
ment as Curate at St. Aidnn's,
Wlsmar.
Mr. Fonseca who will be serv-
ing us Deacon at Chriit Church,
will nut be receiving payment for
his services lo the Church.
%20.000 GUAVA
FACTORY
GEORGETOWN
Plans are nearing completion
for the erection of a S2O.UOO.O0
liuavji jelly factory which it Is
expected will go into operntior
early next yea:
Experiments in the bulk manu-
facture of guava jelly have I
-successfully conclude*!, 100 lb!
guava having; been boiled at
time, bpgcunantg were carried
out by Mr. Harry Paul. Agricul-
tural Chemist of tin- Depart
of Agriculture, uX u pilot plan'
erected by Mr. B S. Thankur,
Junior Social Welfare Officer nl
the Social Welfare Division of
the Department of Local Govern-
ment
The pilot plant i capable 0
producing 1 ion of guava gell
per month. It is reported that
there are over 5.000 acres of
guavas under semi-wild mltlvo-
tion in the Essequibo District, and
ilt is proposed to make u survi
the area.________________________
rriam Oui (->': t.i-r;
LONDON.
uOO animals. Including
ran uptiles and hirds.
natural
lings in the jungles of
Brituh Guiana to England They
,ii toon bg on sfat*w .'i ttas Loo-
den and Whipsnade ioos.
WlkW M yasaT casl Gerakl
Durrell. an Oxford undergraduate

m the West Indies, their
choice was strongly influenced i->
the desire H IIBWn 'nr junglen I
0( Bl '.imi (.u,i . ii search of
BO k>g{toaJ vpe< .im-n-
Britoill's two v.uuset i i
iii-1 met wher! Usgrj a*C*l i
U g| WhlESaossi* /'
Smith himsel!
laud SOU ipocm.
full gTOWr nkiii i i
In turn .i( n I I
foi ill
'
I
nd will i*> )oine4 UMp
I
will bvnl late:

aohleve their gn I
gorilla capture.
Whilst in British Guiana, Dur-
rell had 500 captures, ir.cludiiia TU
tuoi.k.-.-. imgle-handeri Thm- he

nnt-eatet- awt iind, inar-
;i miniature ic pard- -
armadillo*, beautiful \-
a large variety of hummm,: btrdi
Aifci.
cm Tw
..ITVfMN i
-
in the ItSMSi
P
.
Lai Fook
a elect,
i p. >t* ie a c
COUNCIL CLERK
i|*r*aiii o\tt *swi CotTMeei
PORT-OF SPAIN'
TRINIDAD burn Mr Joseph
O'CCssMf I -: f, ColO-

cd to the new post .if Govemoi s
Secreury, and Cferk to the
Executive Council
MERGER LIKELY
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
THE RENOWN SHIRT FAC-
TORY ..( Poit-..f-Siiu and the
Garment Factory may join With
the Caribbean Ivnlttlni Mills and
the West Indian Hosie.> Mil-
which have applied to the Econo-
mic Advisory Board for plOneOT
status in respect of the kiiittini' of
Koods.
SOLE REPRESEN1ATIVE
11 W ROBBRTSON

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NEW JOB
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Affairs ui New Detu. In
Harbour Loll more out of work He Corses Aaybost}
In CrU.U

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.if.-nce if
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opportumt 'hi now."
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4 -ppejl
4 B.G. Stowaway.
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MR DBVBRARD WARNER,
iiUi uf
ComnK-rte lias joined the Chamber

Cornmarca <>f tba
Ann i ic.is COIUlatl '! the majoritv
of chambers in North, South and
Centra! America The Jnmaican
Chnmttcr i I thai bod]
ADVANCED CIVIC
COURSE
I'ORT OF SPAIN
i-
Id bi the Extra
Mural DsjpeJtmenl m Trinidad.
Hal Dal artrnant is now plauninx
tu liulii ii three vaar advancod
i -.- lo l* rontlnctt 1 hv
lii IVt.r Pau. Which will provide
courses or
itu lent -i ii aV t lions. Boon.)
but ii Ineluda a s-icisl. economic
of West Indian
p rob I ems.
M U.n at fl .
-mm Will br Lk.ari ..
sM UM Bag -i. afafl i
nd Ordinary Mall *t 10 13 i
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(Famous all over the "Globe")
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DIAL 4692 FOR PARTICULARS
After 7 p.m. Patrons an requested to don their Coats
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY SirllMHUi M, IMo
BARBADOS i
ADV'OGftE
......-t-i
Eridas. September . 19511
I WVAMLKI* \OIM
WITH thi inti duction ui silent zones .n
Bridgetown it was hoped that the city
would be less noisy and that the police
authorities would soon we their way to
extending the sco|h' of the silent zones.
This has out. been the case. Indeed in
recent w<-oks the nuise <>t Bridgetown has
increased. The new method of advertise-
ment by employing a truck to drive around
playing music, while it may be useful as
an advertising medium, certainly increases
the distractions of those who have to try to
work in the city.
The police should take steps and should
be given a discretion in the exercise of
their powers. They should beijiven the
right to stop noises which are avoidable
and which can only be a nuisance to those
who are compelled to spend Ihejr days in
the city. '. .;
It Is not only in Bridgetown that a
wanton disregard for the comfort and coir-
venience of others is displayed. Many
religious gatherings continue far into the
ni^ht and often the noise is great. Since
many of these meetings are held in rcsi-
iaj areas the nuisance value is con-
siderable. Such meetings should be forced
to come to an end at a reasonable hour
\Uien those who have worked hard all day
expect and are entitled to some rest and
quiet.
Political meetings are a similar source
of annoyance on some occasions. During
pre-election campaigning such meeting
may be excusable and perhaps even in-
eseupulile hut if the representatives of the
people feel it necessary to address iheir
constituents during the period of their
leadership they should do so in a manner
least calculated to cause annoyance and
inconvenience. This can best be achieved
by bringing their meetings to a close at an
early hour.
The new traffic arrangement* do not
allow of the diversion of traflsa during
meeting oi the Legislature The acoustics
of the two chambers uat'd for these moel-
ingfi arp not good and the task of those who
have to report their proceedings are all
the more difficult. It is time that some
aural aid was introduced into the chambers
concerned so that reporters and public
may be enabled to hear proceedings with
greater ease.
This ta ow of those matters which is
essentially a matter for the general public-
There cannot l>e laws for everything and
much must be left to the good sense of the
people. Greater consideration for others
and a willingness to forego one's activities
hi tUe interest of one's neighbours will do
more g>od than all the laws and regu-
lations which may be passed.
llowf|iii*kly ron hi (ernianv
liaise an Army V
BEHUN
DAI'PEi: Bll [VMM Kirkpatruk.
1 h slripc-lf
'oVe diplomat who has succvrV
rd Ceneral Robertson a* BrlUinVt
High Coninunsioiier in West Ger-
York that Germany doe* not warn
a new army.
Now tii.ii. coming fgorn Sir
Ivotic. whose job la to keep his
dom, Mr. Ernest Bevln. informed
>n German trends Is a very im-
i>ortant statementif true.
II would mean that In live year*
the German people, from bein*
the moat nQiiii i militarist*
Europe has seen in the past
three generations. Have almost
flute-playing pastoraUits
Could even the moat sanguine
'if Britain's highly paid "re-
education" team in Germany
it was their Job to make Ger-
mans "anti-militarist democrats"
-make a claim like that*
As far as Sir Ivone is con-
cerned, the trouble is that Ger-
nany to-day haa an army, and
v population (gat, four times
rongcr than the Reich* wen i
sBUtted i.i lbs Weimar Re-
join* iiy the victorious AlilsS
nder the Tieatv of Versailles
-fter the Kaiser's war.
On Wronc Side
The further trouble is thai this
raW more than ?00.000 strong.
.:ii ., cadre of .so.ooo tough ex-
.Vehnnacht and ex-SS men.
, alned in the most modem
capons, is on the wrong side of
ie Iron Curtain.
II Is (he ('ommaniat . i -i
crmaay. keyed to march against
ie West on orders from the
.remlin. instead of being jitii-
ommunlst in West Germany,
repared to defend the Wait
j gainst a second 'Korea'' attack
nom the Eusl.
Hitler's wartime generals are
{thinking about this problem
They are beginning to creep out
into the warmth of a future
'Vehrmacht sun where once again
hey will have the heel-claAlDj
ie salutim:. and the honours they
II* N. I kill, I'.tuloi*
Western Europe what R i
meanscall it what you like
Communism or HeU imptnalism.
Eight millinti ti'fuui'c:- fnm the
East lone now >> wSJSb
naSU tell stories, true or Use.
of their trials undei tn<
lash before they left
These stories are reiterated by
Uie 50.000 refugees who, every
month, flee from UsS East son*
of Germany for succour in the
West
They are ready to tight for
BSSSsf SfiVSS and families il thev
IN given the weapon:
than go through :helr experiences
again.
The German wartime generals
to-day are not asking whe'her
there will shortly be some form
of German army, military police,
n.ilitla. or garde mobile, hut haw
las* it will take to set up soma
forre In the West which would
hold up any Hu- .an plans (or n
attack from lbs East. Hitler's
tank expert. General Hasso von
Niimieuffel, says an army will
take two years to build Bui to-
day his view wa contradicted to
me by Hitler's torvmost military
scientist. General Kurt !lilimr.
wartime Nasl radio commentator.
No-Nazi IUlm.ii I am a
passionte Prussian and lasted lbs
Nazis"talked to me for two
hours about the future German
army." I met him in the tin.,
villa on the hank of the Waaar
River in Central Germany where
he live* in a louple of rooms with
his wife and tarnil-.
Mis talk boiled down to this
"I have DO iloubt thai within
one year SfSSt Qaillianj could
Luild up a para-military police
force with the aid of furcigti
weapons which would be bsS '"
stop any second Kore- Otr-
many.** (Thl* is the period
within which Mr. Shinwell.
Britain's Defer..*" Minister, hopes
to get another .11 vnouuM division
to Germany.)
Said IHttmar "Within a year
They Knew . less if we have enough drive
v.,. could have more than 100.000
There is one factor in Germany old Wchrmacht men In this
hich exists in no other count, y police force completely capable of
^eat of the Iron Curtain: the resisting any attack on West Ger-
ermans know what occupation many by the German Communist
v the Russians means. They army in East Germany."
now better than anyone else in He added, waving his hand:
<>' course. If the Russians came
Ihe). wouM be I
an war
Wast
First Step
wili'M
hu radio re-
always in danger
Allied wartime
,.i attack'
ic that ih?
1 Germany
ijI rehab-
told
General
i.li- I.
other lop
ports ("1
from ine
headlines ajcsaing
ing t. bbeVV to
llrst step necebsa
is what he calls
ihtation."
He meaas that Bsg sentences
passed on Germany's warUnv
leaders, particuUrly Field-Mar-
shal von basnslein and others, for
alleged crimes against partisan*
in Russia shouM be reviewed
Said DttBoar Psrbsps these
men. now in Jail, might be triad
by a court of men who have been
up against the Cummu:
tisans in Kor-a The\
know more of the problem.
Germany, be beUevM should
now set rip its embr>"
addition to the M-mi-milltar-.
police force established to pre-
vent any Communist attack.
"A Gerasftn army would be no
threat to the West*
must bo thoroughly EuropaanlssHl
and completely merged wtthi.*
an Atlantic Treaty force."
To arm a Qmnu rores would
mean fewer fj S irSSpoos for 't
olher Western countries
Rut Dlttmar and his wartime
colleagues, and a lot of other
people, believe Hut!
are coming round to the idea Batl
aid put their n
Western Germany. 95 per cent
passionately anti-Communist. t*.
bear the brunt of bSSJ ' '
Ipaswhaad drive
"A Lesson''
And thus you begin to under-
stand why Sir Ivone's remark in
New York BSSaSSd SSSsSSvWI K
lift in lop IS. and German cir-
ries In Germany.
.ins in Geriuan> an
laughing at a new Communist
slogan which has mushroomed all
over the Soviet rone and alon*
the autobahn to West Gcimaio
With uiuonscious irony its
author screams in lft-hlgji let-
ters: "Korea is a lesson BBd a
earning for the German people."
L.E.S.
Fret* Lawyers
BARBADIAN
AMBASSADORS
THE (lumrture of the Speaker of the
Assembly and his wife to attend
Ihe opening session of the Imperial Parlia-
ment m.irjpi an hanour and a privilege
which has been accorded to the Legislature
of this i.slasid. The Speaker, in Barbados
as in Kiii-.lsnad, is traditionally outside the
turmoil of Jwrty strife. Mr. Husbands
will be going nol os the representative of
his party but as the delegate and repre-
sentative of the people of Barbados and
then ancient Constitution in which he
pltyi '-> impiiiiiiii ajHEfc
Mr I'red Bethel also -leaves shortly to
lupicsi'iit the Legislature of Barbados at
the meeting of the Bmpire Parliamentary
Associaiii.n in .New Zealand. Mr. t;. H
Adams wa originally chosen but he was
unable to go. In electing a member of the
Opposition the members of the Legislature
have shown their realisation of the fact
that party politics does not arise in such a
case. Mr. Adams and Mr. Bethel would
both be good delegates and their political
nift'erences would be of no concern.
'.< gialuiurc of Barbados is one of
Il 1 nM. m the Colonial Empire and the
Barbadian leprvseiitative can take his
stand with the other delegates in the proud
RpOWledge that hil represents an institution
which has In-hind il a history and a tradi-
tion which span three centuries. Barbados
has had npi.'scniauve government, even
if on a limited franchise, for a long time
and has worked and evolved its democracy
with a considerable measure of success.
Mr. Husbands and Mr. Bethel are the
ambassadors of Barbados They go forth
with the best wishes of all the people of
ind As representatives of the Bar-
bados Legislature they represent tradition
and the dignity whh h goes with it. In a
world which i pect to the
wisdom which one generation imparts to
its successor in the shape ol custom and
tradition, they represent that wisdom and
the stability which goes with it.
1.ONDON.
llrKmn's new -i.il* scheme for
toga] .mi. hJch mmes 11 to opera-
tion on October 2. is rxpeciferi to
precipitate a sharp rise In the
number of divorce rase*..
Legal experts predict that many
hi 1.dreds of people wno could
not otherwise afford oa expense
1 divorce proceedings will lake
BdvBUtmga of lha free facil lies.
At present h is kmpo I
tittinuite how many civil actions
I 00* 1 descriptions will result
Iranr the scheme but legal au-
thottpl iJlculate that ilo cost
wit) be at least $2,800,000 a year
Already some S.OOO lawyen
r.'ve jo ned the various panels
which "ill administer the scheme
The Legal Aid and Advice A<"'
will not be broughv Into eflsel
is a whole on October 2 but only
I that part of il which applies to
High Courts and Courts of Ap-
peal. Km- th^ present, county
court* are excluded unless a case
.-> ralnltted la them fiwm yie
High Courts. Free legal .1 d in
i^-imgnal cases is already eov-
fwd]
Assistance under the new
j sclusne will tip available for
l-cople with 0 "disposable" In -
I come of leas roan ll,l?tl a year.
1 Thnt means they muat not have
I more than this sum left when
1 Income tax. National Insurance
rmitributKHis, and up to 1182 n
rorf has been deducted.
If a man's income ii less than
i840 I week his legal a,i will
1 b, free but after thai :t propor-
] lioruue contribution from him HI
required.
> Thus a single man whu*e gross
. earnings ore $1,080 a year would
mnjet acome t^ix of $308, Na-
: ilonal insurance romrlbutions of
' S38.40 and rent up to HB2 so that
his "dlspaoable" income would
tH $1,15360
H* rvt\ lion llini; Ho therefor.. eOBMg within IJlC
legal aid schmit- but he must
make a conli iiui ion ,m legal BflC-
penses and this at most would be
$35840. That is arrived at by
Nibtr.tcting irom the $1,153.60
the *B.40 a week up to wh ch he
gety legal lid free. 'ITiIb leaves
$71680 Which is rher. divided by
two making his contribution
$358.40.
If he had any capital he would
have to make a furthei *r
t on From captbil of $280, SJ0
would be tuken
A married man with a total in-
c .rrw? of $^.100 would lao have 1
etspt^able Income of less than
1.178 and would bv entitled to
ass j stance.
The underlying intention HI
that no one snail be precluded by
lick at means from recourse to
the King's Judge*.
To gev legal aid in bringing
'in action the appl cam must go
before his local committee which
will be set up by the law Socieiv
(solicitors) and Ihe Bar Council
(barristers). This commktee will
1'sten lo the iipplicont and dee'de
whether he has reasonable
grounds for being given legal
Jid so thnt his case can go to court
As public money is being spent
there is Ihe safeguard that If any
ret on seems irivolous and with
oul any chance of success assis-
tance can be refused although "h"
litigant could still brm || to
court it he p,..t ..n lha
1;.inm-i(
There d a|go the precaution
'Ii'-. 11 the applicant hood winn
the committee and] the case luin-
< jt to be worthjess one wh ch
is lost .then ^lie Judge, at his
dJjenvon, en ccvar the plainiiff
the defcudatit's costs.
l.ibel and slsUMstt actions niv
not covorW by oso tcni
The Government has nothing
: i'o with the working of the
scheme and an action c0*Ud be
lii-unht with legal aid front th"
sta\ againvt any state depart -
DSSOi
For the purpose of the sihi-in
:hu country s divklcxl Into 12
legal aid areas under which
. lara* number of local conm
latl whu wil! ^runt < riTillcitcs
*^r aid aftksr hearing a report
irem the .issistance officer abttu
a iierson's means. The commit-
tees will s.ty how much the appli
cant has lo pay towards his legul
costs and whether it must to
1.1 a lump sum or in instalment
In assessing a man's capital, per
jonal belongings such as clothes.
furniture and tools of his trade
will be excluded and | men wtgfl
owns a house will not have thi-
tlikcn into account unless Its
*alue exceeds $5,600. After tfca1
half the exposise* will l>e ('1111111
ed. Legal aid can be refused
iiitogethiT If a man's "disposable
capital" Is in excess of $1,400
As it might prejudice a Jurv.
the fart -.hal a person is suing
defending with slate aid will be
kept secret.
Lawyers taking part in the
scheme receive 85 per cent of ttw
taxed fees, the remaining 15 per
Otnt l.cing the contr.butioii of

Whcrea. in England and
Wales the new legal a.d i
being inbroduced only in th'
High Courts and the Court;
ol Appial. in Scotland h- will l>e
available In civ.I actions in tl.
Courts of Session (equivalent t,,
the High Courts in raigl.md) and
Sheriff Courts (similar, regard-
ing civil actions, 10 EnglTsn
county court*).
THE LAST HOPE?
H> IM/ ItOlUt
FLUSHING MEADOW Y.
r.t. best hop- .1I1 Dswnt
raaaa mm to bo
'
On thl >*. irtsare tba
bloomod a
ikeade ago, they take on not only muring
bat reality.
You cannot look and listen in on '
Itatslon of the U.N. General Assembly with-
vjt feeling that somehow mankind has
j parliament in which hope is
It may not be the best parliament that man
u1. but it at leas; has the makinV.
And the \ery fact that 59 member nations
I t down together hen-. -\- n when they fight
Ike cats and dogs, is MUf*s (Of rejoicing.
As we all know, sometimes the cater-
v aulin^ is almost more than human nature
B m bear. But at least it's done publicly, and
ran see just how ornery and con-
..nkeiinis the other fellow is. Furthermore.
moot of the haymakers are telegraphed and
:,..s;i hull more chance to weave and
lodge and throw a Sunday punch than in the
old days when countries just jumped each
In the alley.
All races, colours and creeds meet and
t un^le here. Many are old friends by now
o matter how diverse the men. they have a
. lullitudr of problems in common. Differ-
OCB in pigmentation and climate does not
ivvent ihe delegates from Liberia and
catland from having a common Internal In
anocido, Inflation and Amarlean soft Hunks.
I In the eyes of the W/tattrn world, then Ii
n :i!most immeasurable gap between ihe
:istory and cultural contributions ol France
id the Fiji Islands to the world of to-day
'.ut Sir I.ala Lakuna, of the Fijis. and
'oreign Minister Robert Schuman. of Franco.
;>oth subtle, highly educated and aru.
uman beings, speak the same language in
'his atomic age.
Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of the American
elegation and His Excellency, Nasroll-ih
KntWim o| Iran, the newly elected preawuVrnl
4 Ihe GaneraJ Assembly, are excellently
quipped to understand each other. Both
U0 Brahmins, the one from Boston, the other
from Teheran, half way round the world,
and each understands the longing ol men of
;ood will for peace in this, our time
Britain's foreign minister, rJrncsl lievit..
who looks both ill and old, and Gen. Cat Ins
Homulo of Ihe Philippines, are equalK
cognizant of the problems of the Pacific in
Ihe semi-cold, semi-hot war.
It would be useless to pretend that what
gooj Hi ;u Flushing Meadow Is a love feast.
And it has plenty of comic aspects. The
immutable laws of ihe alphabet have placed
he Yugoslav delegation this session directly
behind the comrades from "'ie U.S.S.R.
The judge glare throughout each session ai
the hacks of Tovarish Vishinsky and his
fellow delegates, and when a Jug gets up
o speak, the Russians and their satellite'
glare at Tito's Lads. But, at least, they aren't
knifing each otheryet. Just glaring.
Then- la wiy humour in that fact that
Vishinsky el al sit on their collective hands
whanavar the delegate of Republican China
nai Uh floor and that Sen. Warren Austin,
parmanant head of the American delegation,
ind Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt invariably lea.I
the applause.
But despite the grave differences between
East and West, at least the delegates of 53
nations are meeting at Flushing Meadow and
doing their darndest to get something done.
A lot of 'em will be yelling "Murder!" "Fire!"
Thief! before this meeting ends. There
will be some gouging and some illegal
tackling.
But perhaps if Ihe delegates keep yelling,
they won'l start shooting, and the parliament
of man will have a chance.
I.N.S
VISITORS TO BARBADOS are
ll >iuiek to sense the pre-
vailing idea that Sugar is King in
Hie island, especially during the
crop season, whk-h happens lo
aotnoide with the peak tuiui'i. Irj Ie UOe of the flrsl
pymMniiaT to Mnfce the newc-iner.
somelmsr-. lo-> litaruy, is Q10
teekicss driving of large cane
lorries, often with stalks sticking
out all fiund lo Increase Mr-
hazard t" other users of the road:.
The drivers seem to feel that th>
hav the supreme right of WaJ
over alt traffic, without the need
for a warning Cong or siren tttu
lire engines or ambulances \~n
Iheir lawful occasions
If the visitor nmatu
enough to have some social contact
with Barbadians, he may reeeicv
.in Impression that the same
attitude toward the overwhelming
importance of sugar permeates the
upper echelons of the industry.
and much uf the population thai
does net happen to nc directly
involved. II Is In fact not unusu.il
for tourists to leave the Island
with the feeling thai everything
that Is not sugar Is regarded M
quite unimportant, if not actually
detrimental to the main Industry.
When I came here in 14C 1 met
some residents who were much
concerned about Inflation, and
even seemed to blame II on people
they regarded as foreigner*, com-
ing here as 1 did. This struck
me as a little unfair, especial])
after I learned thai inflation was
apparently rather late In reaching
the island and still not as 1
In olher countries. I know th it
lumber in British Columbia.
I came from, was %Vt per thousand
feet before the \v..r and Mm M I
$92. but that is not my fault go 1
I would stop it if I could I suffer
from U as much as nnyone el*e
In the fixed income group, and
in any case am not important
lil\\<. SI I.Alt
H. K. SMVIIIIIS
enough IO make -ri> ilufeien..-
11, way or lha ottm Inflation
eould only be kept gwajj from
flMtjadoa by the erec'lo'i f a oit
of economic bron curtain between
the island and the world OUtSsdt,
which is hardly possible.
It is natural enough foe the
sugar industry to be cumem-d
about rising costs, but it is far
better ofl than gold-mining, which
for some years now has been
squeezed between a similar rise
and an nbsolutely ttxed agtUrMJ
price fur its product, sol Off- 0ov*
ernment cstCTM wttb no relief
in sight
At lext. the only eure for in-
flaOM .1 reasonable amount or
deflation, and that would be un-
populai w ith the majority of the
voters, so democratic Govern-
ments are not likely to do any-
thing about It.
It is not outside the bounds ol
possibilits that the cane sugar
bMtUBtr) might mom day And
itself 111 Uie same position as gold-
mining is now, perhaps owing Ij
now competition or develupmeni-
of one sort or another. In that
event it would be a great help lo
Barbados to be loss dependent on
a single crat? for its v
Mtudy of tne official trade returns
hat definite progress is
being made In that
During the Tour years 1942 lo 1915
inclusive, total imports exceede-l
export* by about
- period 1946 to 1949 .he
was 88^. which i-
1 iking
No doubt the figures reflect the
war-time shortages lo some
extent, but even allowing for this
(fag trend rot nu well tH
The growing tourist buMl* --
must be a considerable fm t< 1 r\
the change which is taking ptact,
but If the figures were available
I believe that the people who com
here from other countries to h\.
permanently would be oulte im-
portant loo In an arlnlc In Usi
Advocate soon wirk- ago I
drew attenuon to Uie settlers who
brflf a steady Income to the
inland and provide year-rounJ
employment, as well as paying
taxes, whiuh should gi
I,' .ts compared with th-
bsgasHMit non-tax-paying tourist.
Most of us are elderlv. retired folk
who want r> hv, .,
Interfere with anyone
lOOM
No doubt Sugar it stUI King 111
M-irbadoft, If not quite so supreme
as oner upon a time If the trend
of |h" trade returns continued till
the 881 became 100*4, sugpr
wutil be only half as important
as formerly. Some of the old
monarch's principal courtiers may
feel regret at his
psaMga, bul the advantages ot
sortiemvenlflcatton Of the economy
are so obvious, that the trend 111
that direction should 1 I
lent that
suifar does not now provide
adequate employment or supimit
f. : the imputation, and 'he pros-
pect of emigration on a glgnJfwent
light
To res -t tec-hnolociral progress
in order to keep
more people emplo\.
economic Wlebig In itn
potltlre world, if these premise*
are accepted as sour.
WOUld seem to be n strong ensr
for tourists and rettlers t,, I..- en
r< uraged \V> eORie here and enjoy
tit,. \M.rulerful climate, which *'
.1 1 ft of nature
I maintain, end win doi weeu
. Hi
1 believe diet eosne Iraparfusl
Mudb t tilt- malter would olMU*
us from the charge of bringing in-
flation to the Island. In fact soni.-
of us feel that we have not really
encountered it before we arrive
here and enquire Ihe price of .t
house or a plot of land on the"
to build one I realise the ob-
Jtctlon may be raised thai Bsrba -
qos is overcrowded, and tha'.'
brings up the question as to whnt
<>nstltutes overcrowding. There
places In Ihe world :>"
where many more people live 1".
1 equal 1 higher
average stiindard of Ih od
perhaps we ehtiLt Sajr that a
<>eeiTTov.'ded when it*
:i-iMireos do not provide employ-
rient and support for the people
III it That being the caar, and
relief bv emlgrmlon not pracrl-
cable. the only alternative la to
Increase the resources and bring
n.ore nrome to thv Island t*T
whatever nwars are available.
If this means bringing n few mor
people along with the added In-
come, there should be no objec
non so long as It helps to reslor
the balance and set right a sit-
uation thai liecomes worse each
jeer
It should help materially If
time itralaht thlnkuig could bw
done and a definfft- poliry evolved
. s ti^ whether tourists arid :>ettlers
'ifie or not
I( H is seriously eonsidered
that they Interfere wrch th sugar
business, probably ways and
means could be found to mini-
mise that, w th good will on hotn
sides.
d.v.scott TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
a CO.. ltd. at the COLONNADE
Tim S.A. Pineapple Jim
(2-lb.)
Tint Challenge Pea*
SperialSLU'KI) HAMS
Bottlei Mc Ihjii. Beer
Usually Now
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ON
THURSDAY 28TH. FR1DAV 29TH AND
SATURDAV. 3CTH SEPTEMBER
and will Reopen for Business on
TUESDAY. 3RD OCTOBER
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HAVING COMPLETED OUR STOCK-
TAKINC. WE BEC. TO THANK OUR
CUSTOMERS AND THE CENERAL
PUBLIC FOR THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT
DURING THE PAST YEARS AND CAN
ASSURE THEM OF OUR BEST
ENDEAVOURS TO CONTINUE GIVING
THEM THE MOST UP-TO-DATE MER-
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For Next Week's
Celebrations and
the Holiday
si.i-.-,-
.afetatiLi^-
FINE DRINKS
\ Cold Braid Kum
> Top Noteh Rum
\ Scatrh Uh,-i.r,
, Dry 8ack Shrrrv
1 Klnnr Whin
Old Hnindy
'.IIIIIT.-v SlOUt
TcnneiiU Be.,-
Tranmbt Meat
Crown l>rlr.k.
MEAT DEPT.
Lrgs snd Shouldrn
Local Mutton
Kldnrv- and Slrw Veal
Pork Te*t
BeaakH lUddnck
Smuk>*d Klppcm
Slightlv t.orrn-d Bc-*f
TABLE DELICACIES
Aiwtralian lablr liutu-r
Aus'.-sllan Couklng BoII.t
(am Water Biscuits
Jacob 1< > '"s
Nest /< ii.ni'i ('hc-n-
(ulcUII H.-1 nil-
leJtaal
(.let ( 11. t. if-
MarthmallDWi.
Anrhor B*bX Milk
Anchor Milk Powder
Orange* and C.rjpefrull
phone GODDARDS early
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FRIDAY SFPTEMBER 29. 1130
BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Spanish
Classes
Crowded
T,hm I In Barb., I
to learn Spanish. Teachers ai.
havinit their hands full with th.,
who would learn the language.
Some stores are Anaming MM
Spanish lessons of their employees
while other* are encouraging
their employees by raisin* the
salaries of those wno either con-
vince them of their ability to
speak the languages or who have
since acquired some fluency In it
An humble mule-can driver
brought to light another aspect of
the problem of preparing to nc-
ci-mmodate lh Spanish speaKing
Venemelans.
lie was employed by a local
hardware merchant to carry some
merchandise to a Venezuelan fam-
ily. They objected to paying him
and claimed that the responsibil-
ity was that of the firm.
He struck a compromise with
them and obtained a part if thi>
freight charge On his return to
the store the irate sales clerk
thought he would ring and sat
*-.me explanation. He did so but
could not make himself umlor-
htood as he spoke no Spanish and
the Venezuelans spoke no English.
He then enquired from th*
mule-cart driver how he had
made himself understood and kqI
!L1imP'e *nw-b> speaking
Spanish.
The driver was one of the
many Barbadians who have been
employed on the construction of
The Panama Canal and some of
whom have also worked in Santo
Domingo and In Cuba ai cane
i utters.
Quite a number of Barbadians
of lowly walks in life have in-
quired a knowledge of spok-n
Spanish through these channel*
and today they find thni h.hl.r
i.-pjsrttd is an asset
page rrvi
Vmtry Did
Not Meet
The meeting of the Vestry of
St Michael which was scheduled
to have taken place yesterday was
not held for want of a quorum
Only six members came. They
w^re- Mr- Bruce Weatherhead
(Churchwarden). Mr A R.
Toppin. Mr F. C. Bethell M.C.P
Mr. E D. Mottle? M.C.P.. Mr.
H A. Tudor and Mr T W.
Miller.
Among the items which were
to have been discussed were two
im.tlons tabled by Mr Miller. Th>-
first is. "thut all Parochial Em-
ployees who have been in the Ser-
vice for fifteen years or more,
and are not in receipt of their
maximum salary, be raised to the
maximum as has bean done in the
case of other employees, at a
previous meeting of the Vestry."
Mr. Miller's second motion
urges the Vestry to discuss the
advisability of approaching the
Legislature with a view of amend-
ing the Vestries Act to reduce the
quorum of the Vestry from nine
members to eight or Fess, for the
purpose of facilitating and expe-
diting the work of this Parish.
which has been delayed through
the many abortive meetings so!
recently and successively expert-1
enced
Correspondence
Among the Items under Corres-
pondence Is a letter from the
Colonial Secretary dated ISth
September defining a major and/or
minor tropical disturbance, and
the relative responsibility of the
Government and the Vestry-, with
respect to relief measures.
There is another letter from the
Colonial Secretary dated ltKh
September and informing the
Vestry that it has been decided
that Government funds should not
be provided for the building of a
proposed Central Community Hall
in Queen's Park, and that the
Vestry's request for assistance in
extending the Nightengale Home,
wil* be considered shortly, along
with other proposals for Develop-
ment, but that there would appear
little prospect of its inclusion in u
Development Plan, except on a
low priority.
"Hamlet"
The Best Yet
"Hamlet', the Universal-Inter-
national Academy award film Is
the best one 1 have ever seen
Mr. C. Gil noon Reed, Director tif
Education told the Advocate'
yesterday He was speaking
after a special preview of the
film given by the Management
of the Globe Theatre yesterday
morning
Comments made by others who
attended the film were as follow.
Mr. Neville Conncli. Director of
the Barbados Museum said that
the rtim was a very brilliant one
with a very good cast. It was
an excellent Interpretation of
Hamlet"
Mr J. c Hammond, Head-
master of Harrison College said
that he really never appreciated
the play until he saw the produc-
tion of the film "Hamlet"
Mrs. L. M. Trimingham, Acting
Headmistress of Queen's College
said that (he film was an amazing
one and made one appreciate the
Play It was impossible to
describe the characterisation and
the grandeur of that great film
Mr. C. Glindon Reed. Director <-f
Education said that the film was
the nearest approach to a work
of art in the Held of cinema ht
had ever seen and regarded it as
perhaps the best film he had ever
Mrs A L Stuart said thai the
mm was a wonderful one and
masterpiece
.LMw V A Lvnch. Principal of
tha Modem High School said that
Hamlet" will live In the memory
of all who nre fortunate enough
to see It
Mrs. Olga Symmonds d.
the film as "marvellous'*
Tragic Lovers of "Hamlet"
Festival of Britain And
British Industries Fair
Visitors Advised To Make
Early Arrangements
"Because >f tin1 vlarge number* ol visitors tXpMMd In
Britain next year, there will be very heavy demands on
and hotel accommodation and I strongly advise busi-
n en who Inland to visit the British bMutirtai Fair to
make reservations as early as possible." So said Mr. Aubrev
It ^larck. O.B.E.. H.M Trade Commissioner In the British
Weal tndtet, Britain Guiana and Bermuda
"It is well known that to com-
No Steamers
Between Trinidad
Viui Tobago
LAURENCE OLIVIER <
rs ths trig.-- lovws of tii
Hamlsi'.
Jsan Simmon* Hi ml and Oph-lu
widely jccl.umed Olivier production of
;crtbed
Mount Tabor Students
Awarded Certificates
"The only climax to education is the graveyard Dr. Ham-
ilton, former Principal of the Barbados. Evi i In Institute.
told girls of the Mt. Tabor branch of the |>
day evening before they were presented with certifi-
cate* for Needle Craft and Domestic Scv <
Dr. Hamilton was speaking uv, combined with th.it
the wirk of the Institute. MISSI achievement
Pilgrim, daughter of Kev. A *
Pilgrim, presented 30 cerUBeal
1,647 Licensed
To Keep Stock
A Barbadian who does not keep
some kind of small stock in the
backyard i. rarity. Pig keeping
m.n,ilL *vnured m spite of the
fact that it does not pay much,
J'lid ii little more than a temporary
wink account.
In 'hat respect, people living
outside of the city limits are
luckier than those within those
units, for the former can keep
pigs as Kiev like except those
within special areas of St. Mlchuel
while Ihc latter nre nol allowed
to keep them at all.
Those who live within special
areas have to get a license from
the Sanitary AuthoriUes before
they can keep their Berkshire oi
the oruinuij long mouth pig. The
license rests nothing.
The Annual Report of the Sani-
tation Department oi St. Michael
shows tliat the total number .1
licenses now operating is 1,647.
Legislation controlling pig keep-
g In St Michael makes It un-
wful for any |>erson to keep any
pig. hog or other description of
swine in the City of Bridgetown
in any other of the 'owns of
Island.
to the girls and women of fee
Inslitule. Fourteen were given
certffleatee for Medic n
16 for itieneilli science
Mr. r. c Springer, Principal <
the Institute, tpofci
Dr. Hamilton's greniMUl WOT*
for the Institute.
During his address. Dr. Ham-
ilton said that the supervisor
the M: Tabor branch. Mr. O W. I*
Weaeng, was chiefly instrumental
in bringing al> ut the success ,i
the branch. It was. he *aid. due
to his energy and LntalUBtfK I
Mr Weekcs moved a vote i.f
thanks.
Mrs E Gay was the Instructor
domestic science and Mis. O. E.
Weekes In Needlecraft
Dr. Hamilton said that nil
duties at Harrison College huo
made it impossible for him lo con-
tinue his duties as Principal of the
Institute and Mr. Springer Who
was at present on leave had de-
cided t" carry on Ihc work for
sometime. They were fortunate in
having his services. He would I>e
released from tin Rtlfl pre
work m a little while end he ex
pected lo continue hid
he Institute, although OH >
eni basis.
The main funcih n of Uv I
bados Evening Institute. Iu> s. was to provide Inetruetion I i
vocational character, nol In cen-
tre so much on the cultural sub-
ject*, even though they might he
more important in the long run
but more on practical subjects
They were concentrating on ihc
subjects which helped per pie lo
act)uire skill, whether they vvnv
teachei-s who wanted to Inereai
their academic qualideations or
did noi n iati pa pic to under-
rate the i the ci rtiSeatei
He would admli thai U
had kwel value, bui hi
ih.it ihe matte* o eertll
ild i' nfl
..in.
ii gfha had gained reran1
catea were deserving of tharfi
An i hVaereatiaa
In liie COUrac <>f two years.
The limits of Bridgetown are
roughly -
"From Barrier Bridge In the
direction of Bay Street In
direct line to the cross
road at Enmore House
(formerly the residence of the late commercial career or any
Sir Harold Austin) thence down bran-.-h
River Road to the Constitution! Opportunity
River in front of what was Girls who wished to make use
formerly the property of Samuel of ihose faculties which ran.
Ames from thence along the course perhaps more naturally t<> them
had necessarily' dropped out
did not think that In nuiny
Uffetenca
l,i there n.is a strong observa-
tion he wanted to make They
should ;ioi think
aurea, they had learnt',
..: The onb ilimax there.
duration, was the grave-J
>atil. There was no such thing as I
i-ini'ii'V mastery of any subject i
As splendid as they had bean In !
their work, Ihey should regard ii
only as a starting point for their I
own endeavours.
POBT-OF-Sl-AIN
In Port-of-Spain. concern
bung eapressed In commercial
l ar the absence of steam, r
tonunurdeattoni fee the tranepert
- f s.xxls between Trinidad an I
I .
A riim of Commissioner agenu
cabled Mr A I' T James |fl
T. bago askinii lh.,t be make .,
nunedtate spa Ml Bfs el
strong recommendations to thf
Ovrananenl ith laapael I rh
number of daji whan no steamer
opportunities will be available
fOOdj and U
and from Pembroke. H- -
ind Chailoltrvllle
Said a l'trt-of-Spain merchant.
"Tohago has not done gnythln|
.....rve such rteetmenl
I'i;il aiithontirs. They shou'd
enjoy as much and as many facil -
ilics as we in Trinidad."
The Porl-. f-Spain Harbour
that Ihe
" without serviee i
hN 10 UM (a-.'l that the Trtludl
was under repairs This ves>l,
'i i raM, \<>n\ two hetchi
the "Tobago" only had one He
ilso tald thai Bee n i
not .ailing al tin
ports named was due to the fart
I towns were tonneete i
to Tnlmgo's chief's town Scarboi -
iniRh by read.
it had struck him that the
designs of Mrs. Weeke*' pui i'
were of a high standard. Ihej
should always try to get their own
d never take them from
a hot*, n nn copied deeam t*
.. book, and eventuully allow ci
themselves to DDetei the feeUng
that Uv sn re ttMU own, n
would not be honest Nor couid
. ne feel the true glory of the pro-
duction. It Aould be belter to
: jve an indilTi-renl design than
one not their own.
The following gained certificates.
I.MAItl I
I Ui|
.1.,
88 In The Shade
MEN with their coats over their
arms and others wearing shor's
and open neck shirts yesterday
gave evidence of the intense heal
that was felt by all.
It was half-holiday for mnnv
tmplovees and U was not long
after they were released from
work that several were seen go-
ing to the seaside.
At one time ">e th<
rtgislered 88 degrees.
Fruit And Coal Come
THE motor vessel "T.B Radai
brought 56 bunches and 486
packages of fresh fruit from St
Lucia yesterday. The -Radar"
under Capt Abelf Archbold
brought also a small quantity <-l
ccosmits and charcoal.
2 For Speeding
MOTORISTS are still con-
tinuing io speed on the roads".
Mr. E A- McLeod told Le*He Taitt
r of Tudor Bridge. St. Michael
yesterday when he fined him 2
for driving the motor bus M-1402
on Baxters Hoad at over 28 miles
of the river as far as the Con-
demned Road between the Gully
Houses and Doctor Straughn's
property (Harmony Hall Road),
In a line to the Garden House
(Hon. R Challetior's residence)
thence along Country Road to
Dunsinanc (Mrs. Collymore*
residence! across While Park Road
along Passage Road and across
Baxter's Road to the Weatbury
Road Corner and thence In a
straight line lo the beach (Fonla-
belle) opposite the north-weal
point of ^elican Island.
It Is also unlawful for any
person to keep any pig, hog, or
other description of swine within
the area lying between the limits
of the City of Bridgetown and the
following boundaries unless he
shall have first obtained a license
from the Commissioners of Health
for the Parish of St Michael.
Roughly defined these boundaries
are: .From the boundary line
dividing St Michael and Christ
Church extending from the beach
on the south-eastern side of St.
Ann's Fort lo a point meeting the
boundary wall of the military pro-
! 1i- on the north-castem side
ot the Garrison, and along this
boundary wnll to the North
Gate, then along Dalkeith
Road to along Bcckles Road
along Culloden Road. Pine Road
Welches Road. Condemned Hoad.
Glendalry Hoad, Brtdg* Road
Bank Hall Cross Road to Eagle
Hall corner and fcom thence in a
straight line to the Junction of the
Westburv Road and Weatbury New
Road,' along tho Weatbury New
Road to Footabellc Road and on,
to the beach.
domestic sciencecooking and
the likeand which WOU I
them in good stead as family
women, were given th>
tunity lo gain a sufflcn I H
edge.
Then thcie was needlecraft In
the broadest sense of ihe WOI i
He had watched that ell
the beginning and had be.-
strongly impressed by the keon<
ness and skill of then Instructa
and the advantages which had
l>een taken of Ihc work b) Ike
pupils That in itself was one ot
the chief factors which allowed
lor their being there then to wit-
ness a presentation of certificates
There was much debate and
many differences of opinions
forwarded at the end of the ilr.-t
vear as to whether the course
should then be regarded as beiiu
completed or whether they
: hould continue with Uv
girls for another year. Eventual!.
the decision to continue was made
and personally he thought thai It
was a wise decision.
He thought that Ihe occasions*
of delay to the girls who were
not members of the present el-
and who wanted to join, was more
than compensated by Ihe fad
that finished and arcomplisht-'
women and girls had been ttM
result.
The certiflcetea were not cheap-
ly earned A girl did not auto-
matically qualify for I
by putting down* her name at Ihe
beginning of Ihe course and then
attending. fpa/mpdlcnll> <>u"
the drat term. To qualify Tor
eertlAcnta, adequate attendai
had beep rnde- a> requ'si"- -'i
""Ur ..,.
Ix, ABanSS gsastWl (ir.li.ini
<.K VIM 1
iicwtt. ran"
nrr>l HoCMUn. P*r> Si

DonicMic Science
MkAM i
Barbara Mill** ..... Btse
OSLADR t
IV.t.,;h- IIM ''
at,-. Srnnnn
OMADS S
r>all B-"..'i stsfesl ii
Marriage Clauses
Amended
lion, our )n CotrMpondMiu
WTOWN.
Ami'iHloieotv lo the Mali Unonlai
Cleuee Ordlnanoe to smooth out
hardship^ in the law as it .lanu-
preeent, have U-en drafted,
i.nd will ehortly be nbrrutted t'
the Legislaiive Council
a ciauae In the nui seeks tc
enable a wife who has been
< m .i pettUon rot drtforee upon
Ihe ground of desertion if untiie-
mately before her marriage she
was domiciled in the Colon)
Another clause In the Hill seek
lO enable the party against whom
a decree nisi has been uhtuim-d t<
applv r.ir ihe decree absalale
where ihe parly in whose favou
the decree has been made (etti
U apply few ihe decrt>4> to
ntude absoluUv
Concert At Rocks
TONIGHT
The Police Hand under Capt.
Itaisor will give the lortnikhily '
concert it HaoUngl Rocks tonigh.'.
beginiuiiK al o'cl.a k Th^ pro
gramme will be:
MILITARY MARCH ^4X^>I*V
i i Uogy n Psr.'c A'om
ovaerruHsV-taiBc T-n an
Th* Floww Skinj; M. h* HlliMir*.
" art. Hy iwnim RANCE ACCEPTS
rrssa <" own cowponaiii
PORT-OF-SPAIN
At ('OKUING to Councilloi
Aubrey James. Ihe newly elected
member for East Port-*tf Spall
iit. and one of the mediators n
UM recent Mental Hospital sink.
HI Excellency the Govern.a Si
Hubert Ranee accepted a proposal
on Saturday last to submit the
a of the Menial Hospital
tar] to a Conciliation Hoard
rale the Great Exhibit
held In London a hundi
ago, the Festival of Krltain U \
be held in HIM This gigantk
celebration will comprise pageant.-
arts festivals, concerts, carnival*,
sporting events, etc, on a mag-
nificent scale There will be a
wide variety of attraction,
satisfy every laste and the Festival
is bound to draw large mini"
PrCea all parts of Qh
esgfld
The opening ceremonies of th *
Festival will take place on tn
May atuari Ihe rMoeh taduetrli
pen and there are bounu
lo be very heavy demands on
l^jth travel and hotel aeconunodn
Per that reason 1 strongl-
urge all iHisInessmen in their owi
interests to make earlv arrange
ments lo visit *he rVrtHsa Ir-
duetrlei Pafe
Finest Kver
"I'll. 19.M H I F will be th
hirtielh in ihe series and on tl..
sj>ecial .wasion it will be th
linesi ami most represeiilatlv
rade fair ever to be held m
IWitam Almost ev.-r> industii
is arranging for special display
As an example. Ihe textile ln>
i Hut.,ii, have annoume
neu mlention of making a major
effort which i* aepected t" reeuli
i, one "f the (Iniwt displays < i
'cxllle products e\*er assembled
In dm building In all, over lOtl
rades will be represented al the
B I.F in London and Blrming
"I' from 30th April lo 11th May
'n Ixrndon. the light Industrie)
such as chemicals. foodstuffs.
' Vile I 1 -- '.ir-. iJiim.i and 'la-.
ware, sports gi>os. cutlery, geld
11 iUvi rwarc etc etc win be
rcommodaled al Earls Court and
-Hympia and the heav v Industries
will be at Castle Hn mwich. lllr-
ninghim Special travel facilities
Mil be available between the
l.ihiiioi. hmldings In both
entrai
Catalogues In many languages
u now lieiii|| prepared In ihe
i-ar future, posters, ehowi sTd
ml other publicity malei
IHH Hl.l
YOVK
n.XJOY.UK.XT
TO-OA V
with our special
PRUNE CREAMS
AND
GUAVA CREAMS
kNKJHTS-PHOENIX SODA FOUNTAIN
egpi
t.
app. .
all
the
*orld."
2511 (aribbean Visitors
Aakod whether mam vteltori
re expected Ron the .'aribbean.
vlr. Rtarck slated "Approximately
50 business visitors from my ter-
Itorj Wl ni 10 the II I K la IP5H.
he highest number ever recorded
>nd I believe that its value is
pprcialcii more than ever before
md thai ihe numbei iii be mud
[renter in IWal I cannot ever
mphasise Use neee*nity (or i-ailv
lanninif for nest year, (or visi'on.
i UM ll I F and Ihe Festival
>f Briluin will begin k) en
wean before the event The
London Hotel luformaiion Servuv.
II L^iceeter Square, London,
s w i an. i ihe Aceonuaodatlon
Offleei llirmingham Chnmlier if
Commerce. 9: New Street. Uli-
tningham, will be pl<-,i-.-o to help
visitors who have difficulty In
tlndlng accommodation, but appli-
i ation k) ttiem should he made as
early a* possible

/ HUMBER
ie ArUtarrat
HARRISONS
BROAD ST.
LOCAL
AGENTS
DIAL 2364
|
of all
i.Alxarr suite ti Sho*
Thr S*bot; Thr Cowri
S-mtl-l and Id* Brogu*
SBLaCTIONThe Showboal
. rfHiS ' Man K.
nr.SC HHTIVE I.! a (Till.
Qardan
CVLOPHOSi s-ii i ti, i
-Aa-Sll
Fined 301- For
Dangerous Driving
A NOT! [Eft line of 30 was lm
posed on Arden Nlcholls ol Hank
Hall yesterday by Mr E A Mc-
I*od when he was found pilltj
f driving the motor lorry M-Mitl
."I I'Im k Rook Itoail in
0UI manner on August 31
139.710-84
DEAL FOR
BARBADOS
Table Zfllh.
I " 11 shopkeepers snd
bakers will be delighted tu
know ii, .1 s ; i ii ix f Dallv
Hi i i Flour haa arrived snd
I* pew svallable. It rosl
nothlnr tn be In un this deal
Jim) BM "I want lo buy the
beM Hail* Bread Flour.'
GEORGE PAYNE'S
GOOD COCOA
w.
WHAVS ON TODAY
I i.iiri of Ordinary al 11.00
Mobile Cinema. Ounwombe
Plantation Yard. 7.30 p.m.
Police Band Concert at
Hastings Rorks, 1.00 p m.

per hour.
The speed limit on thai road i'
II miles per hour for that kind
ol vehicle The offence was com-
mitted on August 7.
APPLES t. PEARSPer lb .................... *J
GRAPENUTSPer Pkg .28
filNOCR. ORANGE. VANILLA and
CHOCOI.ATE CAKE MIXPer Pkg
ROMARYS HONEY RAKE I 1SCUITSPer Tin........
HOMAHVS CIINfiEK BAKF BISCUITS Per Tm
ROMARYS PARMESTICKS BISCUITSPer Tin PI
ALLSONS ROLLED OATS- Per Tin
PABLUM Small PVg .....
PABLUM Large PkR
NLTRIC1A POWDERED MILK1 lb tin
NUTRHTA POWliEKED MILK5 lb. tin
PRUNES IN SYRUP1 lb Un .
s......I ,
i ii M HuaK eir
I)WNI|
1 Il-t .
whit* .-ind tlir f**vcr
CtM.......
oid Time
I
11 Ct-ABBK
wry. MV
Urrlin t'a...
I *'
TIB KINO
i i it i > \ CBW1
l-'or i'milli I, n,i,l IiMtSSMOl
"SE THE DIFFIRENCt PURINA MAKES''
V.V.V.V. ... V.VA
FINE
PURE-
SOLUBLE.
8
LSI
.92
4111
43
M1VSKIH SCOTT a CO.. LTD.
vs.*s.'ss,'s>: .''
Air Travellers must go
LIGHT
lad ham i.rp ibt hatt ilu) irlll kny ,-ou lixhi and nuka you taridtaiUt,
in HnHlvt Tjiiaii Catean wiih Zip IkMaam. Prices from $12.00
And for all Purposes
GLOBE TROTTER SUIT CASES
\ fresh stork of these very strong Cases which can
.land a pressure of well over half a ton. Size 2H" each
$38.36
Cave Shepherd Co.. Ltd.
10, II. 12, & 13 Broad Street
)
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PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, ltM
HAVE YOU GOT A
COLD or COUGH
IF SO TRY
BROWNE'S
CERTAIN COUGH
CURE
t Th% UUqH hnMr lm Couek* i
\ Coldi. BroocnMi.. sore tSmS I
I HWHLfO, II........ -
,. Wi,, coug*. IX.
,. i
C. CARLTON BROWNE
rVholfwl* A KeUII DtukkM
lit. KeetHUk 81. DUI lllj
^ LEOPAflD CHARW NCean\w
:P5!5'OU* FMHEK
. 4 "Oac: 'r
AW A1HAMED Ot WJ VCJ A,"
lECPAB&i BUT MEM THE HANI,
A*E Out OF THE SBEAT
XJUNoLETdBEt,
BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES
.'.UTfTKE PEOPLE Of THE -
COAST AND CITV HEABD Of TS
'HEYP THINK VOU WEBE
ISNOtAHT SA/AGEC
See what thi. Plan will do for your akinin only 14 day*!
If you would like your complexion to be as lately you have always hoped i, could be,
iry the Palmolivc Beauty Plan.1'. If. to simple.
Thif b all you do:
R Wash job fact uWi Palmate* Soap.
2 MastaetiU Hat, etiahtil laiitr into jour dm/or em
fmmmm.
o Rinit.
Start now, continue for 14 days. And prove as the
doctors provedthat if you keep your skin cleansed
by PalmoUve't-beautifying olive-oil lather, you are
nmto ,.
KEEP ,THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION
MAKE YOUR
SELECTION FROM
OUR LATEST
ARRIVALS AND
AVOID
DISAPPOINTMENT!
JAMS:
CIUvri a>tra*[>->t>
Hartlai-a ILi.ptwrry
KOO" Plum Jam
OoWrn Otot Fin.
ApW.....
AJC. A1.1..1 .
FHU1T -
ApparU SUctd
Apult.
Rom Bant-ti Pea
I.X.L." C:inno.t
Iv-ch*.
'I. KB" TIU>w
CliriR POachai
Sa*BbuU- Pawn*. (1 tb Tlnif
'SahalmU'
Mi*r vrx.ETARI.BS
I.K II
iltr, Tint)
n All AM
;om ti'.ftT,
Whol* TumiloN
INCE & Co., Ltd.
\ 8 and a Roebuck Street
Dial 22M
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1*50
nARnADOS ADVOCATE
rvr.F si-vex
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TAKE NOTICE
III kSI-AIC
..-.*.:.*.:;',',:.:::: '..*.;:*,*..:.
WFlDIMi FOIIPMhT
im iiii.n.v
INI
fur WEI DING PLANTS lipownl
11 tram OUT wi-.'-ru-'iiCfU
SiatI All Ivdcs of Ferrous und Noo-Feirouj BLBC*
TBODBS .ivailable ex stock
IIKITIS1I OXYUfcN' WOaHMG AND d'TTING
BWVMKMT
W Invite vuu to inspect uur ,-u>ck of Undud teas.
Spacta! enquiries will receive our bnmedlaU
and dth-rition.
STAINLESS STh'EL FABRICATION'S"FIRTH
BROWN
WE Ikivo now in stock STAINLKSS ST KM. SIIFKTS
and are fully equipped to handle fabrication*, to your
i. itgli in this modem, acid resisting steel.
thm it i it mints # or v#ti *,*/.
Whit* I'.rk Road. M. Michael.
Dial : 4546 aa Iio.
HECUHD CIIANUEIM (
Carrad. from CM TO to Uth *hil*
la.l A Balnea At Co Ltd Di.
21 I 10
MUU. CAST & HARNESS In good
King aOU Sherbourn*. TWO
Mil* Hill, Si. Michael
TT t it-Sn
MECHANICAL
IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT t.arg
Quantity ol I1. Inch Galvam.rd piping
Mao Mill. 10 ft Fan TO n Tnwat, ?,
iich Pump and Uip tank King #
"Shtowrna". Two Mil* Hill, hi
Michael ]
Oik hand opafaaad |
MACHINE Apple B
Lid.. Whticpaik.
lUCINQ
MISCELLANEOUS
property ol the li.rb.doe. SPCA.
For pwtMutan Apply to Herbert*
Pinfold SUCH. Dial M73
IT SO*!
MEN!* SHIRTS l>fDM! .election
of Men. Shim In town. AH "HEL1-
ANCE" all GuirwlHd all Pit r aril veil
[fired If for any reason your ahln
titpleaaee you. It can b* rtlumM to in
ROYAL STOHK. Hi Hi Street
h(XK STONES I a fl delivered
Apply to the Manager Dr.* IUII plan.
Utlon M a *o n
STOVE -- On* Prrfrcuon 1 butnei
Oil SlOVe In perfect condition Appl<
Mr. Trmpru Dial !*
SHIRTS Heady M-de and madr 10
iT.r.miTt- Shlrti ordered can be deli-
vered wllhln 3 hour-. Ml and quality
fully guaranteed Kallani* Store, High
St -" " In
stit.it t.s .ir'iMir-ri-M <*oap
Hat* again w only have a atnall qu.nit-
ty In Mock and owing to impoit
IrlcKon. me are not allowed lo Impart
ai.ymor* KNIGHT* lid

WAVII l
HELP
UAKDENEH Experienced Gudntr
Apply PCS. Maffcl Co Lid
Prince Wm Henry Street.
Appi*
i 9M
YOfNO l-AOY Aaalatant for CeAl
blanca Ic* Cream Parlour Apply r>
letter and In i* aw 'Caaablanca '
Lgfgfftj ,. aa.a 4*-ii
m.scki.lankous
1 hav* kwan irwlruclvd hf UM
PikMaanvr ol Polica lo "II at CMOral
Station, of Tud-y renl ihc ara
October, beflnnini al 1 p m. tna rol-
..mtnit in in- 111 Car whcyi.
HK>clr> <10i Tina ul M
Motor ajat hup-cap. and
r>ACY .
REAL ESTATE
UUAKlUt HOAO. Car nn tun'a Vll.au*
(ii.L.y JPill -I I p n> a buald JU
rvng> hou*r M > II > I. Shed M
Xitcfaan 18 S coyarad wlih w*ny*.
.loan, palui> I-nd can be rcniwi
Tiima CaiJi K AllCiitli mc kw/ik
Auettoneer t
KNTERPRISB HOUSX and oulbuildingi
.landing on 1'. arr*a of land In Churl
. : i- I,. ..!:.
mvr.UlNG HOUSE aUndin,; on i
rrre* ot land al Enlrrprlie Chu-i
Lli.nh. and adtolning the abovrmen-
Uon4 pramian.
Th* ab.ivemenlW.iied p>opeHI* will b
el up lr nal* by Public Auction a'
our OflVa. No 14 J.>mn Hn
uitan. on nda< Itlh September. ll"M
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
8T JOHN BAPTIST BOYS SCHOL 8T JAMES
"I-'
..
. .: Um i>'T".i'"K-m or axemi I
Salur> will DC in ... :.meml SonU- for
Head Tea
t ...... ul appltcmUoo tor
i vaeanelei (now nilcd i I
iinpes .houid
mnkr application oo I t< rm whli h m i
from the Dtpcu-tnuial ol rattwMtloa All ayplicaUoi
adi ol Umj Dttet lee ol tool lUotl - Saturd i W
1950.
27Ih Soptembcr, 1950. -' ll' ;tn
YEABWlXlt) At IIOYC*.
Soil <
.o 50_i
.%'.%-,
.',', '-->-.-,-.:;fs.'.',;;','.'
FOR SALE
"1
/inn Bngllab Ttv
Barba V
i ur Trinidad
I Ballad
MUI1KSN 4TTBACim rktlHoMI
III'NUAl.OW Mod.ill UtfaatUVt li
:id Uunsaaow .ua aq It. land I Ueu
niii. Laiae Drawlna-iouin. Kilrlitnettr
a. laid on lot covkniA. Balh.
Fruli-
Iren: Urge apace tor Poullrv Price
Alaua Apply Somenel", Upper Bei-
, i Bi ,.i EI.V.M-Un
nus'aAU>w Nawlj bulM rkuwaaM
at Rnahlon Koad. Mi.. llork
ol Coral Stone wllh pin* floor at aai-
vanlre roof ll haa Verandah. Drawn-
Ai Dlnlna Rooma, S apacloua Badmoma.
nraakfaal room. 9 Water toilet a A 1
li..ili. Spar* Room, Uarag* Prw* a-
ed I* balow whal II cod to build
nUNCAl*>W Newly built Dunn
law at Uracon'a Road Built ol Coral
Sion* with pin* Floor ft Balyanii* roof.
I- haa Verandah. Urawinu. pining A
Breaklait room*. 3 Redroomt. 1 Tolleti
and S Bath* Kitchenetl*. Spa:
and enough land for flower Kitchi
'priced lo aril.
UUSfiAIOW At
of Coral Stone wll
Pine floor 11 ha front A,
d-ln. Drawing. A Dining I
rooma. Walar tollai At r '
Oarage
A So
Maprtni
1,::;;:
Lane.
I undcr-ia-r-l will **l up for aal* by
f competition al their OflVce 1S1 111
.ick Street. Bridgetown, on Friday
INDIVIDUAL COACHWO by Enallah
Vnlvemty Oraduat*. School certiflcow
and Commercial. Proof Reading. Typing
and Siencllllna efficiently and quickly
""mimi ooodino T,'tKf_|-n
JAM

Jam Bottlei
Al Co Ltd
S*M>-ln
ror
BAfWExtra large Iron Safe APRlT
to Mr. Nellie Brlmar. Wlnona. MmwoII
Coa.1 Tel. ilSA. Mt 3"
PVHL1C \(MI(1S
TUITION
TUITION (iiyn in Up.nlati. ^vm*e
German and lUlUn by Mr.. ^C">"
GonaaWea. Teach, r M "e V"^-"'*'
| rruador and E-t>fT*'al Tran.iai
|or the Venefuelan Of.. rnrneW W
alao und-rta** Ir
riociimriit. and b<"
IIAHMoNV COTl'Ai.l B| Ol
ono built houaa alandlng on
ic acre of land Apply In Mr.
long. Drax Hall. St Georgr
l P>
i. -,,
Call
Baas, Santa Clara,
,. Sl" Lawranca
PERSONAL
cS' -m, wrf*nrx^"o^N,':.
Jordan i a. I do not hod myaetf i
ponitble for her or anyone n- .
i acting .-ny debt or debt.
unlaai b* a written order Mgiwd
Tl-.r p'lblic are reretoy warned again*!
givini cradlt -...... HO
NBJ. ma* PigoiO at I do not h..i
,..-.eu MgfJ " *
ela* contracting
debt
gaSMi
order
rlgned I
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
Vivian
of J
,.f
board and mingle building wllh ahop
I -lached al corner of Km*
1 iiltn Road. Blown for permhMaOti to
> *e aald llaartaa at the above promieaa.
PaleC thta Tllh day of Seplembaa ISM
I. A Mc LEOD. Eaq
Police Maglatraw. Dirt "A''
Signed D BAYLEY.
lor applicanl
N B Thi. fajath ,...., ui b* roiintd-
i .rd al a LMenatng Court lo be hale
,.i Polk* Court. Diat.tci -A", on Mon-
day the tb day ol October IBM at II
o clock, a m
E A
Police Magistrate. Dn- A
* '. If
Cil.AII IVM-I I. IK.Ml IMKXMlMi I .. h LbHI
ii\u.v wisrif VAl-WIN -ANII AlTOWINTUtl--arh |4tfl
__ tJaat
CITY, MI-FFETTEE. HVCHAN. SHAIIPEItr M.l.ll I M^
HIE MEAKE. TANVHRYN-. R1VEII 1 LOW
' '. -. '.,'~','*'.;*.','.*?'."'i'^'
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
INC. IN B.C.
fiiii/iiiwt*-!: NEWS!!
HMIYUIM, FABRICS fir all Urrasiom
(irurgrnii'. Hrudrrlr Anglalxr
I IS.H. $4 13 Mil and
H 16 p*r sard
I'rrp* Rmil4in.- urvrral
ltw*#ewj at SI TO per yard
Fit. Mallriwhile, pink, blue
al II <"1 per yard
Eld i i. i.. dclighirul ,1. .!. .
al *I.*7 pr* ward
Hid a lot more baealtlful
and smart looking molrrial* hiive
Just been racgiVtHl by tin- S S
llnxikliuirt" and "Mooncrest".
nd land
770 aquai
lap. Chrlal Church Th* dwrlliiiahou**
i a iwo .lorled wood*n building of
ihirh the tint Soot la uaad at a ahop.
nd tha aacond floor a* a private real-
lew Inapertlon any day on application
.. Miai E V. Johnaon. on tha pre.
further particular, and conailli
apply to R S Nlcholla At Co
MIS
BAsra fob bal*.
I-.-! BAKU ADOS SIILPHLNU A TRADING
CO LTD
$> IIARIIADOS FIRE INSU
The alaov* will be a*l up for
rum dividend", by public ronipell
al our office. Jams* Street. Bridgi"*
. n FRIDAY Mth September lo.tan
130 p.m YEARWOOD
The Amateur Alhlclic Association
of Barbados
rm:iM iiu.
Intercolonial Cycle & Athletic
Sports Meeting
NOTICE
This
1:5
to notify
GARAGF will
our customers thai
be closed for
STOCK-TAKING
ON

I.mii* cycli iBtartnadlati
i, Mua Cycla iClaaa 'A'l
100 yarda Sal 'Openi
loo >oi itai Oiovi under in ><
m Bi
. k| iClaaa 'A'i
440 yd. flat iOpe.ii
High Jump
....
j-.mii. Cyela iCh
rreiraraaae M ll*ai.
I) A Mile Cycle Handicap
IR Uj-Hlle Cycle iCtaw] V
IB Ho ydi flat (Openi
11 S Mile Cycle iClaaa A'i
11 I-Mil* Cycle Devil iTh* Hu
Tufmlay 3rd Weilnvmlay Hh
AND
Thurtulav 5th October.
CITY GARAGE TRADING
CO., LTD
I irlnriu Slrwl
suttn
SAW
I.V
AT
FOGARTYS.

ELECTRIC SUPPLY
(OltPORATION LTD.
\onri:

i

WEIGHT LIFT1NO
Prlr*.
H Bgg >., flat I Op. o
Claaa B'
Openi
l Cmpain Bgadn
_____ada open for practice___
HAND BAIANflNO DISPLAYS eath day
Ogggga rill*n.rt McnH.il.
unda 1 i-
A>. it., M,inu(arlurer* have deflated thai repktra la> one of
our Engine* >-.,n no Imigei be delayed. Ihe CsmvaBy haa Ul
rsancqueac* li.id lo put Mil* (inn rating Met |90 ft yv.) aul ml
rummiulon and. owing lu the reduction or standby riant now
avilfehle ui .i rrault. may find II naccassry to abed load at
iitlrr-aU during the nrat few montha.
(lur I inaumrrs are aakrd to .....pT.lr by rierrlalng Ihe
iilnn.il i. .niomy In Ihe uae of Eleetrklty. particularly dnrtBf
Ihe I'.ak period helween 6.10 and .3 p.m. nnlll farther noli. *
V. mini
(lenaral Manager.
CYCLISTS
RACING MONDAY
i you
DUN1 OP II i 'i covnta
di $'2 00 each
NEWSAM & CO.,
>.?*.>?
f.* II lull's
Ar !
ALL
Furniture
Priced Attractive
Too
vr
llreamlined Vanlllea A
plar Dreaaiid T..I
a),, bvfaoa, I"<
robaw. Linen Preaaea At Client m
-Draw or a
Morrla Jtoraeback. Straamunrl
aid .iraight-Hned Santn an separate plaeta. Bergere. Tub.
Kuatl _Sulle. and eaparal
Upright and Armel
DlnUig. lnc
Table. China.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
-Snappers" Win 1950
Water Polo Competition
Mae LeanOutstanding Yesterday
|wo, in
al um fl
VOn the,' I't .0 .(ii.j,. i .; ,..,, '
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i 'hallimgi Cup is Lb.
one year.
tin il was a
wmt ago.
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rownlf&fl of their efTurl

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: riyn and Herbert Pat*
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2* 1950
THK HIWE'IOA
I rinidml IVrimrii.^
To Welcome W.L
Cricketers
Mi Jol
.
England wilh Mr. I J Muradea.
1 i
W. I. Ci I
Ml utmost
an of [ bait

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d burinaw
place* in
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.i> mnde to I


iKirticulnrly to inisw* aJdOi IM
route Um

OB Ibalr way to the a
....: al tht Pnneean Build'
ing for the Civic Reception.
It i5 n
a wiih !i
either Wednesday, October 4. -
Thursday. October 5.
. iba Ch
..,ii be Rive.
m tin- Quaai Park Hotel a
winch landing sp'irtanwii I.....J
tadpate. After th<
banquet, their will bo npportuniV
I i member* o
the tenm. Councillor Aim.
requested thai persons who havt
gifts they would like to presen
should send them 1m ih l ll
Exeeilan >
the Oovamoa srUl be asked U
make theae presentations.
"BOY-WONDER" IS
TENNIS CHAMP
i"..,. il. o onaaamiiall
PORT-OF SPAIN.
OribOdi
(Trinidad), boy-wondei gaUset
.i:ni open singles loblt
Up .it the Wootl-
brook Youth 11 nor* irhon ho bail
Hubert Griffith II 4
ai* |,i Uw floal lame, in i*'t.
Inniss won the title, but did not
Contest honour* last year when
Ralph Legall emerged champion
,..ime runner-tic
btva year
HoalMJ It* Win
U T hxturc Fl' il
'i gama than the
defeated Bonitas three
goals tu one. Denis Atkinson
scoring two for Flying Fish and
Jack KniRht one Boo Patterson
oetad lha lone goal for Bomta*.
The games were as follows
ftNAfffOU I **: HUM H I
Within three minute* of play,
Barracudas were two goals up
from two verv well flighted shuts
by Charles Evelyn and Hctiicr:
PorUDo anU Snappers VhaTI
team
However, Snappers rallied well
voral .'ittempts to break
through veteran Cliffy MarLean.
in a swim through from ihe h.df
way mark made no mistake in
putting his learn Qfio up from
close range
Early in the second hair, Ken-
teth Inee beat goalkecver Henry
i" riving a pass from
Delbert Bannister, from a comer
throw
BarrOCUKUal wtra not dismayed
iid made several attacks.
talM to bear fruit.
Then their goal-keeper Henry
Cere)- did some fine aaving, stop-
ping some sirzlers from Bannister
ind Ince It took Cliffy MacLcan
lo come to Snappers' rescue near
tl i- and iftel m.-eivlng a pass from Il.mnis-
**, lie ..m right
hioiiih ihe Buracudas' defence
ind .mam scored fmm close range.
A few minutes lain the refe>i'>
final whistle signalled Snappers as
'he I!..Il W.iln Put., i It.in!| -
Carried Khouldrr-lli|>h
Ramadhin /i Honorary
Member of Queen's Park CC
Hoi* oar o<*> Psftaaaaaaaaji)
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
Sonny Ramadhin. Trliu spin bowli
fame wi'h ,i bOwtlllS
in England, ii.i bran tnada
lha Qw
Park Crick, t Club
TAEJON FALLS
# Irani Page I
atad ml] i rate build.
..n Booul rallwaj
station. Othon ppledl
big buildings will
from yo linn t.mk gun Unikm
tanks, ami-lank gun.-, and rill
are chokmi; tha
Women Sad lium Ihe blazing
raa nh coloured iuilt
over their hearts to protect then
bom tha haat
One very old woman in white
trousers and a fey coat wanderer
i tha with i
bat; clutched In her hand
Tha (iimuiunists laid
which be.ii dab I
Coomuiual Commander of Seoul
Che Kwan Ui tetemaol
r ? North r
UO today claimed
that clvl hii troop*
for "a death struggle In everv
i the city"
lad that United Nations
troops had reached tin
tin ettj up i" il pm local time
ad said that at Ic.-i U.(H)i)
American troops had bean killed
Of wounded between Septemher
14 and 27. He said that Ihe
- had also lost man thai.
40 tanks. 160 guns and more than
30 ships. Renter
Driscoll To Savold
EZZARD CHARLES who beat JOE LOUIS on points on W> day night In hero seen getUng a chock.up by tha doctor, long before
the light. Charles has always been careful In keeping fit. and his
performance In the Louit, flKht win. tribute to his flints*.
Will Never Fight
Again, Says Louis
Savold Ready For Charles
NEW YORK, Sept. 28.
Joe Louis stated after his defeat by Eizard Clatrief losl
ninht that he would "positively never fight again*1
Nursing an injured left hand and peering from a nearly
closed left eye he said:
"I'm through. I just didn't havo
it. 1 did my beat."
Savold
American heavyweight Lee
Savold recognised In Europe as
World Champion said here that
he would like to meet Charlus wh
beat Joe Louis last night.
Savold who watched the boui
said: "Charles looked verv good
Louis was gamo but he jusl
didn't have ItReuter
II? I'Htr U'ilvo-i
Tttji were all there The ele-
gant, white-skinned "Peerless
Jim" Dnsroll. the gnomish, gnat-
liK. Jimmy W Ida, Imgina
from a ntjpult;
Tom I'hou..is. j rwart iragoy nun
fl .'. I
w
ii dupii
weight
J-*- Btvketi via* thtre, a gre.
nUsky crab of a man, sad
"Iron" Hague, bulky as a pork
aausage "Gunner" Moir appeared
slammina bravely but Ineffectively
r e Napoleon of the Ring,
Tommy Burns
Tin re were a few seconds of the
elegance that was Lm Harvey,
Praddss M'lU cave-
manning it inside the ropes. And
i'hii .r> saw that wicked right
Savold. spinning Bruce
Woodcock round and opening the
Pd) over his eve whit h Kaped
routh.
'l hen the lights came on. and
era were back from the limes ot
' v Waidour-

For this was a film. "Fifty
V .ui Of British Boxing."
The outstanding memories?
ii.mendtrtis dose-quarter
iK ..f Freddy Welshbut the
bin on Kidney punches woulc
have all him hard. The un-
believable frailty of Jimmy Wilds,
nd the tuning and unorthodoxy
f his angular punching. The
nvasjary of Tommy Fair as he
mi ds In a final scimitar-like punch
nnd the great bulk of Waller
Neusel crumples.
To show his appreciation of
MacLean's fine effort. Bannister,
the Snappers' "Strong Man", lifted
MacLcan up onto his shoulders
and carried him down Ihe Club's
I hi d lie
KI.YINi; iisii :t BO Ml A- I
Although Boappars' t*leton aava
IhafB the eup, Flying Fish and
!- tin. i in- de very thrilling second mulch The
game was played in :i m-i.
rnaodb spirfl it aw
I Um than the pravkMa m ita h
Both Sides utl.a I..-i Vk D|| |j
durloi tie tlrst half out lha
" 'en.....n iiwtli ikIi
I h wen- playing with (Wo
in Mfeomera, Varo Unaranca In tha
forward lino who ihowad good
condition and should davalop Into
I i-mI phkyar (M next siwsun
The olhir newcomer wns Viment
DaVaUX VhOi On Ills way buck to
i i fnmi the U.S. rame to
Fiymg Pith's aid ai U*aj arori i
piayt-r short. DaVatut piayad
iiund (iiinii in the back line and
kept his uineei lerv quiet
thrrnighout the match
Slar Goalie Absent
MiiK-ut thslr stui
goal-keeper Maurice rnatel lano
was on the sick list and his place
'.. takan tu stantiwi Toppin.
At halftone Fl.vmn Full were
me up from a terrific shot by
tldnaon, which would have
boaten any aosuVhaspai
Early In Ihe second half Atkin-
son again scored tu put his team
two in the lead BOOitag came
back with a bang, as Btki Patter-
son swam through to score from
tlir four yard mark
goKl deal of mid-Held play
followed, first there were good
-through:. t>\ Polar Potter
Denis Atkinson and Tim Yenr-
rood "f Peyhuj Phil ind then by
John Cni.r and lloo Patterson of
Bomtas but nothing resulted It
vvasn'l until late in the second half
tha) Jack Knight put the issue
beyond doubt With a WWII placed
ARGENTINE SWIMMER
BREAKS RECORD
TANGIER. Sepl. 27
Argentina's A Berdono swam th<
Straits of Gibraltar yesterday
from Tarlfa reaching the Moror-
'*"' "-i't neai Pnnlo C'ruce*
distance nf alxiut 12 miles
seven hours, forty two mimit
thereby breaking the Pt mvian
Daniel Carpio'* 1948 raeord
nine houis '.unity nunutai
fteui
B.G. TEAM YET
UNBEATEN
POHT-OI-SPAIN,
British Guiana Ladies' Hocke.
team kept up an unbeaten recoro
0l Potnte-a Pierre by putting i.
Lnj on Casual-Pomte-a-
i'ltrre combined of two goals tt
nil The visitors were thoroughly
at homo. Claire MIttelhoIzer
Maureen dc Stlva and Joan Hum-
phrey excelled on the Gulaneee
tttoeking line Into which the)
Imparted much speed and
rcuracy.
Thtre are some omissions which
-re hard lo understandneithe.
i f the Kids." Lewis or Berg; no
Benny Lynch, no Nel Tarleton or
Jock McAvoy
Bus -here's the rotup) romsne -
f the Ring in every' foot of thi-
ilm. and one piece of superb, um-
onscioua humuui when tne can
tieotsrtor, de^crihing ^n olaVttme-i
irho -hall l>r' nantelr-^*. refers !
no as "this stylish boxer '
Whereupon Ihe "rtyllst* pro-
reeds to rabbit-and-kidney -punch
u> man in a way which would
(Ot him six months anywhere else
,i in the ring.
ButIt's the vefy tapestry of
ooxing.
L.E.S.
FOOTBALL
NOTICE
Secretaries of Club* afhll-
uted to the Barbad< I
leur Football AanocUttlOO
are asked to c titact IHo
Honorary Secretary. Mr
O S Coppin at the BS Li-
dos Advocate or at "WlndBor
Villa". Bay St.. foi
of an Insurance scheme lor
footballers which It is hop-!
will be put into operation
for the l51 season iT ap-
proved.
Club Secretaries are a!- -
reminded that all dues in
respect of the 19S0 feolbad
neaion should have already
been paid but must now (
paid at once or the duo
will be disqualified from
gaming affiliation next
28 9 "503n.
as-V#.*.:ifrXT MI ft-I-TM
Sy M. Harriion-Crsr
liealri | West.
JhI I
gin
R.
* 3 aiiii
-
lf i
o s (
a K q t s
* 10 < I
duplicate n
it learn, of four
I lined three n
pumls on tills Innocuwui-
.o-ikiiig deal throuuh closer
elherenre u> Standard prin.
clple* I'helr West olayer
opened with the approach
bid of One Diamond, Cart
>. i pi i Hs .i .iiu WmQm
Spade. After this limited
mm l-jst decided that
game *a out of the nuc*Uon
and passed writ made
eight truas after North had
led e>J in dummy's #>J.
In Roii.ii 1 West opened
One Spude. which Ijlt
ralsp p..H-ii oi.i North made ihe
E;k-I ill v nf 4>A lollowed
y +t tu educe the chance
i cross.ruff. A third
rouno of trumps held Wot
m erven tricks
NO END TO IT
SIR DONALD HiiadmaN h
Wi in Adelaide tli.it he IhOUtftl
tha ,\u ireiian publh. ..i i,,,
' t Iv sick of tk I.
frtticawn i.......i gnu Had luthoi
h* .....;| he. loo II. ie ||
le, ga
WM II R H WIMONII -Hi-
wholo canm d< u
- H .v .11 ta -Mil."

norman YAADLCY: -a h
man who would rathei lie i vi.i
nd 2ihi runs thiu
in any other way unl<
b> an Inning in i MM
f LOUD TENNYSON
h ittle man."
\
hot out of goal-keeper Toppin>
11 Ma
Tha teams warn/.
Snappec. A. Taylor, <; ^( .<
Copt). C. MocLcan, V
II Manning, G. ttogeri
ii .1 K hue
HarracHdas- II. Peie/. I
Brooks. (Cspt). E Johnson. I'
R p% itillo. C. Evelvi
and K Taylor.
Ron(tas S Toppm. IS Pat |
son. . J. Grace. O. Johnson,
I raarwood, i Innias, A. Taylor
: i.ii.R i i-ii [ i
T. Yeorwood, I> Athal
Knight. P, Potter, V Lgwrenri
and V. DeVaux.
.!.<). A It Foste:
Next week- fixtures will b,'
Saapf>er va MwoedRah and Flytint
v Paltce
io\ "11 Do Ir Every Time
*- By Jimmy Hallo
m,*!& n't II
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TTHAT aopeJeai feellnt Hut you're loo nssfe,
'not up lo it' uny looser uniply meant thai
*ou\c been laking too muvh out of >oar^if.
Yotii !.ly UihOli ol l-o .iMiilul ltrtD(UMiUiJ(
fuods pnSaphann sad prouaa.
hnTj^iai T P"t yeo Hah
JF-* V\ Sanatooas' N
i -S-r' I 1 ilPi'iini'. iKhi In...
n-Mnns health, vmi'h and rNa!H]
ishi. you need a course of
rood ansaioMa'
>hioee UMae i*o grui h-Kl.-bu.lJmx foods
phuipliuiai and pinion in their i|ii-. h>rm.
o lhat iby are guichiy abwibed lalo >ObT
yHeea. Day by da> slonoui net, heetih. oUih
and vliality How ihioiiKd your mhole body -
your tlicnglh and icll-cvnlluence come back I
Start oa a courai ur Saiuioien' Wday.
Om sale at *Mrf h,,..i, mr,d drugglMt
W Hi I TOXIC
toou
y r-rd
Whm Hvnt in tnun And it'*
%' #i# is Hi nif~s hatful
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LOST POLICY
Cl'THBERT ALLAN
PROVEKBS having made
sworn deposition that Pollcv
No. 24,581 on the life of
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having made application to
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NOTICE Is hereby given
that unless any objection Is
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issued.
By Order,
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